Jerry S. Manzi Named KBA Vice President for the Central Region
Press release from the issuing company
KBA North America, a leading press manufacturer based in Williston, Vt., is announcing that Jerry S. Manzi has been named Vice President for the Central Region of the United States, incorporating the states of Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri. Manzi has been with KBA North America for the past two years, serving as the Vice President of Sheetfed, Packaging and Label, which he will continue to oversee in addition to his new duties.
In his new post, Manzi will focus on expanding KBA’s market share in the Midwest as well as providing an integrated product array of KBA’s press line to new and existing customers. Manzi will work with the KBA sales organization to help provide new solutions for KBA customers to help them flourish and differentiate themselves.
“KBA has been the perfect organization for me to utilize my many years of experience to provide the customer with the solution that is best for their business,” says Manzi. “With KBA’s product line that ranges from 20-inch to 81-inch including specialty configurations, I believe that I can help customers customize the machine to solve the problem, rather than modifying the problem to fit the machine”.
Manzi entered the printing industry in 1967 and has had 40 years of experience in press manufacturing and sales. Today he sits on the board of the Label Printing Industries of America and is the vice chairman of the associate members of the Paperboard Packaging Council. Manzi will be based in Chicago.
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