RBP Chemical Technology Names Technical Sales Representative
Press release from the issuing company
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, (October 18, 2008) - RBP Chemical Technology has named Ken Kocolowski to the position of Technical Sales Representative. Based in Chicago , Kocolowski will serve customers in the upper Midwest and Western United States . He joins RBP Chemical Technology from a specialized pressroom chemistry supplier. Kocolowski also brings extensive production experience to RBP, having served as Field Operations Manager at Gannett/USA Today, and Quality Control Manager at Hollinger and the Daily Southtown in Chicago . He holds a degree in industrial technology from Arizona State University .
Announcing the appointment, RBP Chemical Technology Director of Sales and Marketing Dan Romani commented: "Ken Kocolowski brings a wealth of chemical knowledge and production experience to RBP. Our newspaper and commercial printing customers will find him to be a valuable addition to the RBP staff and a source of ready solutions for production issues."
Founded in 1954, RBP Chemical Technology is a global supplier of proprietary chemicals and delivery devices for the printing, publishing, newspaper, and printed circuit board manufacturing industries. RBP Chemical Technology products are manufactured in a 48,000 square foot plant in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; in a wholly owned blending facility near Mumbai, India; by approved blenders in the US, South Korea and Thailand; and by a licensee in Finland. RBP Chemical Technology is ISO 9001:2000 certified. RBP products are sold and serviced by factory-trained sales and service representatives and distributors in North America, Asia, and Europe .
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