Ken Kisner Named President of INX Digital
SAN LEANDRO, CA—June 28, 2010—Ken Kisner has been named President of INX Digital International Co. The announcement was made today by Rick Clendenning, INX Digital CEO, and Dr. Kotaro Morita, INX Digital Chairman, after a recent Board meeting in Europe. Kisner, 42, has more than 20 years expertise in the digital imaging market and will now serve as President, COO and Chief Technology Officer.
“Ken, who most recently served as President of INX Digital Americas and has demonstrated tremendous leadership for a long time, is the right choice for President of our global resources and organization,” Clendenning said. “He understands the aspects of our business and did an excellent job in helping us bring together all of the companies that comprise INX Digital over the last couple of years. Under Ken’s direction, INX Digital is well prepared for today’s business environment and our future growth expectations.”
INX Digital International and INX International Ink now represent the combined digital resources of their parent company, Sakata INX of Japan, and operate facilities in the United States, China and Europe. INX Digital International manufactures and distributes inkjet inks and toners for a variety of industrial markets. The company is well known for its Graphic Arts products used for billboards, banners, vehicle and building wraps and other large format output. Several new lines of products include dry and liquid toner, and a variety of customized industrial inkjet inks including textile products and UV curable technologies.
“I’m deeply honored and look forward to the challenges ahead of us. This is an exciting time to be involved with digital printing, and we are well positioned to help drive new technologies into regional markets with our strategic manufacturing locations in the U.S., Czech Republic, China and India,” said Kisner. He is a member of NAPIM, the Specialty Graphics Imaging Association, Print Industry Networking Group, Digital Printing and Inkjet Printing Professionals.