Muller Martini names Ed Yeoman as Corporate Technology Manager
Press release from the issuing company
Hauppauge, New York – Muller Martini, the world leader in print finishing systems and the foremost manufacturer of variable size web offset presses, has announced the appointment of Edwin H. Yeoman to the position of Corporate Technology Manager.
Mr. Yeoman assumes responsibility at Muller Martini for leading the development and deployment of emerging technologies in strategic segments of the company’s U.S. marketplace.
During a distinguished business career that has spanned nearly three decades, Mr. Yeoman has held management positions with several of the best-known organizations in the graphic arts industry. He began his career in 1978 in the Bindery Engineering group of Harris Corporation Bindery Systems, and he subsequently served the company’s successors: Harris Graphics/Am International/Heidelberg and Goss International.
Throughout his tenure at Harris and its successors, Mr. Yeoman’s focus was on design engineering, production engineering and applications engineering. Most recently, while at Goss International, he oversaw custom order engineering and special quotation processes for the company’s high-speed bindery equipment segment.
“Ed Yeoman possesses a wealth of experience,” said Werner Naegeli, President and CEO of Muller Martini Corp. “His background encompasses a diverse spectrum of expertise that will be instrumental in our ability to address the continually-changing technological demands of our company and our markets.”
“Mr. Yeoman’s vast product knowledge will be a vital asset in assisting our company with the deployment of exciting new technology,” said Roger P. Bilodeau, Muller Martini Sr. V.P., Corporate Sales & Strategic Markets. “The emerging technologies that Ed Yeoman will spearhead will be designed to thrive on the most complex product configurations with the most efficient and highly automated equipment platform...which only Muller Martini can deliver.”
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