Angelo Possemato Joins Komori America as Director of National Accounts
Press release from the issuing company
Rolling Meadows, IL, May 18, 2006 -- Komori America Corporation, a premier manufacturer of sheetfed and web offset printing presses, today announced that Angelo Possemato has joined the company as director of national accounts. Possemato will be responsible for managing the company's impressive corporate accounts that include RR Donnelley, Cenveo, Consolidated Graphics, Inc. and many others. Possemato brings to Komori more than 20 years of experience in the graphic arts industry with a successful track record in all aspects of commercial print technologies.
Prior to joining Komori, Possemato was the UV product manager for Technotrans America/IST Metz where he was responsible for the marketing and development of the full Technotrans product line. His previous experience in the print industry includes positions as VP of product sales for Grafix North America, a premier auxiliary supplier; and UV Man, a company specialized in UV technology. Possemato also operated his own printing company, IST America, for six years prior to joining Grafix North America.
"Angelo's knowledge and long history in the industry make him the perfect choice for Komori and its customers," said Stephan Carter, President and COO of Komori America. "His expertise in so many areas of the print process enables him to understand our customers' businesses and work with them to help them grow and prosper. As the director of national accounts he will play an integral part in managing the overall business and further develop the growth of Komori as well. We are very excited to have him join us."
Possemato hails from a family with a history of dedication to the printing industry. Many members of his family are still currently involved in the different aspects of printing. He lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana with his wife, Nan, and his two children.
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