KBA North America Names William Silber as West Coast Regional Vice President
Press release from the issuing company
KBA North America, a leading sheetfed offset press manufacturer based in Williston, Vt., has named William (Bill) Silber as its West Coast Regional Vice President. Silber will be overseeing the entire western U.S. and Canada from California to British Columbia. Silber will be headquartered in Los Angeles.
“I’m deeply excited to be overseeing KBA North America’s sales staff on the West Coast,” says Silber. “KBA North America is the unparalleled leader in sheetfed offset press manufacturing. The firm continues to introduce innovative press designs and a full range of products for any size printer. I’m proud to be a part of such a growing, exciting company.”
Born in Texas and raised in San Diego, Silber comes equipped with extensive experience in the printing industry. He began as an operations and plant manager at several printing companies, followed by 18 years at another printing press manufacturer, where he first assumed product and marketing management positions.
Silber moved into printing press sales 10 years ago in the metropolitan Los Angeles area where management turned to him for help closing the most challenging deals. His accomplishments and successes in sales were recognized with awards for Regional and National Salesman of the Year.
“Bill Silber is an extremely knowledgeable and successful individual,” says Ralf Sammeck, KBA North America’s CEO and president. “He brings years of experience to our company and his professionalism and extensive understanding of our industry will help benefit our customers.”
KBA North America is a leading supplier of sheetfed offset and digital presses located in Williston, VT. It is a member of the KBA Group, a leader in the manufacture of sheetfed offset, digital offset, web offset, rotogravure directory, security, and newspaper presses.
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