Landa Digital Printing is expanding its global team and business development infrastructure with the appointment of several new sales professionals.
As the international demand for Nanography and medium run 41” digital print continues, the new additions to Landa’s team covering key regions in North America (NA) have joined the company. They are fulfilling a variety of roles and bringing nearly 110 years of experience. The announcement comes a week after the Landa EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) office announced appointments in that region.
New Landa appointments include:
- Bill Lawver, inside sales representative
- Michael Weyermann, regional sales manager – Northeast
- Steve Smith, regional sales manager – Southeast
- Danny Green, regional sales manager – Mid-Atlantic
- Michelle Weir, regional sales manager, West
Sharon Cohen, chief business officer, Landa Digital Printing, comments: “We are delighted to have secured the talent and experience of Bill, Michael, Steve, Danny and Michelle. Their highly relevant backgrounds will be instrumental in supporting our growth plans across North America, while also supporting the wider team to ensure continued high customer satisfaction, innovation and success.
“These new team members also mirror many other appointments being made across the world, enabling us to scale-up our global operations to meet increased adoption of our technology. And this isn’t just from new customers, it’s also from existing customers acquiring a second press to drive their own growth programs – as well as satisfy some of the biggest global brands that now specify medium run, high quality digital jobs.”
Gil Oron, chief executive officer, Landa Digital Printing, concludes: “Our vision has always been to secure the role of print within the modern communication landscape, and for us, that meant introducing a new technology that could provide the flexibility to lower run lengths, increase sustainability, and drive new profitable services. As print volumes grow exponentially, it’s incredible to see Nanography’s impact on the market.”