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Print Week News

Garnett departs from Garnetts

Carl Garnett, who was appointed to the role nine months ago, left the company last week.

He said the parting of ways was "by mutual agreement" and he was now looking at fresh opportunities in the industry.

"I am pursuing a couple of options that could be exciting," he said.

In a separate move Ian Maxted, who joined Garnett Dickinson Print as a sales executive at the same time as Garnett, has left to join Quad/Graphics as UK sales representative.

Maxted said: "I'm delighted to be joining Quad/Graphics it's a brilliant opportunity for me, and I'm looking forward to working with everyone there."

Garnett Dickinson chief executive Joel Dickinson could not be reached for comment at the time of writing.

The £44m-turnover family-owned publishing and printing group sold its Acorn Web Offset subsidiary to its then chief executive Nick Alexander earlier this year.


Kimber takes UK graphics lead after HP management rejig

Having previously worked for Xerox and Kodak, Kimber joined Indigo as a sales manager just prior to its acquisition by HP in 2001. Most recently he was UK&I district manager heading up commercial sales. That position has now been filled by Graham Dove.

Kimber and Dove stepped up to their new roles on 1 November.

In his new role, Kimber will head up commercial, publishing, packaging and industrial print - in essence, HP's entire UK graphics portfolio, with the exception of Scitex, Designjet and Latex.

"My key focus will continue to be the customer - it has to be all about them and helping them to grow their businesses," said Kimber.

"Our business is about bringing added-value applications to market so that our customers can drive print through adding value, rather than just be about price, which is where a lot of the [general] market still seems to be, unfortunately."

Kimber will report to Ronen Samuel, who became vice-president and general manager of HP Indigo and Inkjet EMEA three months ago.

Kimber replaces Nancy Janes, who has been promoted to the newly created role of worldwide programmes director of strategy & market development at HP Graphics Solutions Business, responsible for Indigo, inkjet and wide-format.

Janes' role will involve utilising her sales and marketing experience of both the Indigo and wide-format parts of the business to create internal and external market development programmes to leverage the activities of HP Graphics Solutions Business and identify ways it can add value to its customers. She will also be supporting a number of initiatives at Dscoop, the HP user co-operative.

Part of her new role will also involve working with brands to replicate initiatives like Coca-Cola's ‘share a coke' campaign.

"It was a tough decision to leave the UK role, because I've genuinely loved the UK organisation and UK industry, but my leaving is driven by a desire to bring that customer focus into a worldwide role," said Janes.

"It's a brand new role and the objective is to take my operational customer experience and market experience and accelerate the analogue-to-digital transformation."

For the past three-and-a-half years, Janes has been UK&I country manager HP Indigo & Inkjet, prior to that she was UK&I large-format country manager. During her career she also spent time as European customer business development manager - in total notching up 17 years with Indigo and HP.

"I'm delighted that Ian is succeeding me in the UK, with his 12 years' experience, and that Graham, with his international accounts experience, is succeeding Ian. The team really couldn't be in better hands."

Janes will report to Juan Ignacio Calderan, vice-president strategy & market development, Graphics Solutions Business.






Large Format Printing News from Image Reports

Spandex makes vinyl range easier to apply

Spandex has added PerfectApply technology to 18 of the most popular coloured vinyls in its ImagePerfect 5700 High Performance range, including black and white matt. The company said the technology allows for greater levels of repositionability and air egress during application.

SPGPrints strengthens commitment to digital textile printing

SPGPrints has opened its digital textile printing technology experience centre in the Netherlands – a the 700m2 demonstration and training facility at Boxmeer (Netherlands) HQ. It is part of an 8m Euro investment programme that includes a 3000m2 expansion and the building of a larger factory for the production of inkjet inks to enable the company to boost capacity in response to the growth of the digital textile printing sector.

Sabur extends DGI textile printer warranty

Sabur is now offering a three-year warranty on the Korean manufactured DGI digital textile printers. Head cover comes as standard in the gold package, including on the FT-1608/1908 and the new superwide FT-3204x.

Wasatch releases SoftRip 7.5

Wasatch has released SoftRip 7.5 with a new thumbnail browser for searching Rip and print queues, the ability to drive up to eight printers from one SoftRip license, and colour workflow improvements.

Graphtec GB to demo latest cutting solutions

Graphtec GB will use SignLink Live to demonstrate its upgraded cutting solutions. This includes the latest FCX2000 series of flatbed machines, the renamed F-Mark combined automatic digital die-cutting and sheet-feeding system, and an upgraded FC8600 series of cutters.

 

 
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