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KBA North America Names Dan Quenzer as New Regional Vice President

Press release from the issuing company

Nov. 3, 2003: Williston, VT. KBA North America, a leading sheetfed offset press manufacturer, is implementing a new managerial structure in which Dan Quenzer has been named a regional vice president. In his new position, Quenzer will be overseeing five district sales managers in the western and southwestern states to the Mississippi river.           “I am very excited about this new opportunity to serve KBA,” says Quenzer. “Our company has been having great success in the market.  We want to continue that success. Our thrust is to enter into new markets, especially the commercial field. This new position will allow us to give better coverage to existing and potential customers.”           Previously, Quenzer served as KBA’s director of sales for the western region, which included California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Arizona, Alaska, Hawaii, and British Columbia in Canada. He was responsible for KBA Rapida sheetfed presses ranging in size from 20 x 29” to 47x 64” as well as the 74 Karat Digital Press line.           Before Quenzer joined KBA North America in 2000, he had spent seven years with another press manufactureras a vice president and general manager of the western region. He’s had 25 years experience in the printing industry and has a Bachelor of Science degreein both computer science and electrical engineering from the State University of New York.           “We congratulate Dan on his new appointment at KBA,” says Ralf Sammeck, presidentand CEO of KBA North America’s Sheetfed Division. “His vast experience in the graphic arts industry will enable KBA to better serve our customers as we expand in the commercial and digital markets.”           KBA North America is a leading supplier of sheetfed offset and digital presses located in Williston, VT. It is a member of the KBA Group, a leader in the manufacture of sheetfed offset,digital offset, web offset, rotogravure directory, security, and newspaper presses.