Presstek Appoints former KPG exec, Jeffrey Cook, Chief Financial Officer
Press release from the issuing company
HUDSON, N.H., Feb. 27 -- Presstek, Inc., a leading manufacturer and marketer of high tech digital imaging solutions for the graphic arts and laser imaging markets, today announced the appointment of Jeffrey A. Cook as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.
Mr. Cook served as Chief Financial Officer and CIO of Kodak Polychrome Graphics from 2000 to 2005. He has 29 years of financial leadership experience, including 17 years with various General Electric businesses. Most recently, Mr. Cook had been working on several private equity opportunities in building materials distribution. He replaces Moosa E. Moosa, who is leaving Presstek to pursue other interests.
"We are excited to have Jeff join our management team," said Edward J. Marino, Presstek's President and Chief Executive Officer. "Jeff's 29 years of broad experience as a proactive, business-oriented financial leader will be an asset to Presstek. Jeff brings solid business focus and financial management skills to complement Presstek's strengthening management team. His multinational experience in the graphic arts industry combined with his knowledge of business management processes brings valuable experience to Presstek in this phase of our growth. At the same time, we thank Moosa for his contributions to Presstek and wish him well in pursuing new interests."
"Presstek is uniquely positioned in the graphic arts industry," said Jeffrey A. Cook. "I look forward to being part of a winning team at Presstek and applying my operational experience to help the company execute on its growth strategy."
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