Jimmy Zhan has joined Domino's Digital Printing Solutions sales division in Asia, based in Shanghai, China. As Sales Director, his key responsibility is for developing sales of Domino's N-Series and K-Series ranges of digital ink jet printers in the China, Taiwan and Hong Kong regions.
With a BA degree in Printing Technology, Jimmy has worked for numerous printing companies over the last two decades, including Heidelberg, Fuji Xerox and Syntax. He has gained a wealth of industry experience undertaking a variety of roles including Product Specialist, Product Marketing Director and Sales & Marketing Director.
His expertise with gravure, offset printing, electrostatic digital printing and ink jet printing technology has enabled him to develop a thorough understanding of the commercial printing industry, particularly in China and Taiwan, where he has established an honourable reputation and built strong long term relationships with many customers throughout the course of his career.
"I am delighted to have joined Domino, as it's a company that has an unrivalled reputation for delivering innovative digital ink jet printing technologies," says Jimmy. "I look forward to working closely with the team and promoting the N and K-Series to the Asian market."
He continues: "This region in particular is seeing a significant increase in demand for fast, high quality label printing presses capable of keeping up with increased production, so it is an exciting time to be part of this industry."
Mario Fanton, Business Development Manager for Asia Pacific at Domino Printing Solutions comments: "We are very pleased to welcome Jimmy to our team. His extensive experience and vast knowledge of the Chinese printing industry will prove invaluable as Domino looks to drive business growth of its digital ink jet printing solutions in Asia."
"We have already seen a positive start in terms of sales numbers since Jimmy's appointment and we are optimistic that the N-Series will become a key talking point for the labelling industry in the Asian territory."