KBA North America, a global press manufacturer headquartered in Dallas, Texas, has successfully completed its move to its new 60,000 sq ft state-of-the-art headquarters on the Dallas/Ft. Worth Airport complex for all sheetfed and web operations.
The general mailing address for the new corporate location is:
KBA North America, Inc.
P.O. Box 619006
Dallas, TX 75261
The physical delivery address for shipments such as Fed Ex and UPS only is:
KBA North America, Inc.
2555 Regent Boulevard
DFW Airport, TX 75261
Main phone number: 800-522-7521 or 469-532-8100
“We are pleased to be officially opening our new centrally-located, state-of-the-art headquarters in Dallas,” says Holger Garbrecht, KBA North American President and CEO. “We have invested in a remarkable location where our sales, training, service, and parts department will be able to interact and reach our customers quickly and efficiently. As our corporate parent continues to make investments in the vital North American market, our new facility, along with our broad product line and multi-faceted solutions as well as our committed product marketing and sales team, knowledgeable training staff, and skilled service providers will differentiate us from other press manufacturers. We look forward to welcoming our customers to our new Dallas headquarters when we unveil our Customer Center in early 2010.”
In early fall, KBA will welcome the opportunity to greet its customers in person at Print 09 where the firm will be displaying a KBA Rapida 106 41-inch and Genius 52 UV 20-inch sheetfed press at its booth from September 11 to 16 at McCormick Place in Chicago. The KBA Rapida 106 will ensure that attendees stay focused on KBA’s technical ingenuity, award-winning features, unique benefits, and that the highly-
automated Rapida 106 will continue its mandate as the world makeready champion, which it established at Drupa 2008.
“We’re anticipating a very positive show, especially since we’ll have our popular Rapida 106 and Genius 52 UV press running live,” says Garbrecht. “Last year at Drupa, the new Rapida 106 took the title of world makeready champion due to its fast running speed and the highest automation in the market. The Genius 52 UV has been able to make profit leaders of many print shops due to its ability to print on many diverse substrates in all market segments. In addition, At Print 09 we will be marketing our complete line of web presses–from commercial to newspaper where we will present cross over solutions featuring our renowned Commander CT platform.”
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