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Garbrecht Takes KBA North America Helm

October 2007
WILLISTON, VT—KBA North America has named Holger Garbrecht as its new president and CEO. Garbrecht replaces Ralf Sammeck, who was promoted to executive vice president of worldwide sheetfed sales.

Garbrecht previously served with Heidelberg, where he was responsible for business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He holds an MBA from the University of Applied Sciences Rheinland-Pfalz in international business, accounting and controlling.

“KBA North America is the unparalleled technology leader in printing presses,” Garbrecht said in a release. “The firm continues to introduce groundbreaking press designs and the largest range of presses for printers of any size. I’m proud to be part of a high-growth, customer-centric company.”

Sammeck became KBA North America president and CEO in October 2002.
 

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