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Stork Prints hires new graphic sales manager

July 30, 2013

Tom Bertke will be based out of Chicago and will cover the Great Lakes area.

Stork Prints America has hired Tom Bertke as its new Graphics Sales Manager. Based out of Chicago, he will represent the company in the Great Lakes area.

Edward Scheppink, managing director at Stork Prints America, says, “We are experiencing an increasing interest in our graphics product portfolio and have recently sold several systems for UV inkjet label printing. Tom brings 16 years of experience in the inkjet and digital print world working nationally in the commercial print, plastic card, narrow web labels and packaging industries. Based upon the market requirements and Tom‘s extensive experience, we are convinced that this sales enforcement will strongly contribute to the continuous support of our Rotary Screen Printing technology (RotaMesh and RotaPlate) as well as the company’s digital growth strategy.”
Sangeeta Sachdev, based out of New Jersey, will continue to represent our company in the North East area. “Our customer base will benefit from this through even better and faster customer requirement fulfilment,” Scheppink adds. Tom and Sangeeta will report directly to him.

“Stork Prints offers the premier digital UV ink jet technology which provides the ultimate combination of flexibility, productivity, print quality and color spectrum at a very attractive total cost of ownership. That makes landing at Stork Prints a natural fit,” adds Bertke.
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