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Pamarco names new Flexo Division VP

August 20, 2013

John Rastetter has joined the company as vice president of sales and marketing in the Americas.

Pamarco Global Graphics has announced that John Rastetter has joined the company as vice president of sales and marketing in the Americas.

John Burgess, oresident of Pamarco’s Flexo Division states, “John’s experience and technical expertise will be an asset to Pamarco as well as our customers. With a results-focused, quality-driven outlook and extensive experience in business development positions, he is sure to help increase the Pamarco’s presence in the flexographic marketplace.” Having developed and managed sales and service organizations in North America, Asia Pacific, and Europe Rastetter is an internationally experienced executive who brings an appreciation of the global nature of today’s packaging business and its clients

John’s primary responsibilities will be to manage sales, set strategies and execute plans for sales in North America, Canada, Central, South and Latin America. John will be based in the company’s Atlanta facility.  Prior to joining Pamarco John has held positions as vice president sales and marketing for Controlled Displacement Technologies, and MacDermid, director of new business development for Bottcher Flexo Products and global vice president, sales and marketing for Chemence.  

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