MTL Print Celebrates New N.A. Headquarters, Executive Team Appointments
ATLANTA—June 29, 2012—In moves reflecting MTL Print’s high growth forecasts for the Americas, CEO Ran Emanuel has made several announcements, including the decision to establish a North American headquarters and a new executive organization for the region. Emanuel also said the company has made the decision to name the final version of the Meital 304D printer the NURstar 304.
MTL Print is renowned for its unique wide-format digital flatbed system, already in use around the world and at sign and packaging sites in North America. Chairman Moshe Nur, inventor of the first superwide inkjet printers, says that he and CTO Kobi Markovitch are “proud to see the NURstar name on the MTL Print system.”
According Emanuel, “Last month in the United States, a two-day open house—including live demonstrations of the system—reached full capacity. This capped off a year of growing demand from shops across the Continent.”
He ads that NURstar fulfills the growing North American need for its unique combination of advantages. “We’ve taken digital wide format to an advanced level, giving sign and packaging organizations the ability to create short or long run, very high quality jobs on a range of substrates, at speeds of up to 2,700 sq.ft. per hour, and at the lowest cost possible.”
North American Headquarters and Demonstration Center
MTL Print’s new headquarters and demonstration facility serving North America are located in Kennesaw, GA, outside of Atlanta and in the heart of what has become a popular headquarters location for many graphic arts and imaging manufacturers. The address is: 3042 Matlock Dr., Kennesaw, GA 30144.
New North American Executive Organization
Heading the list of new hires are industry sales veterans Pedro Marcano, Henry Maya, and Zohar Barabie. Marcano will serve as regional sales manager, West Coast; and Maya will support the organization in the same position, for the East Coast. Barabie will serve as sales manager for packaging.