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Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ March 2013 edition, featuring Vecoplan LLC; MGI Digital Graphic Technology and Advanced Print Technologies; Plockmatic International AB and Morgana Systems Ltd.; X-Rite Inc.; Mohawk Fine Papers; and Heidelberg.
Vecoplan, a worldwide leader in shredding technologies and complete recycling systems, has promoted Jeffery Queen to their newly created position of Chief Financial Officer. “Our tremendous growth over the last decade has made it advantageous to institute the position of CFO at our company,” states Len Beusse, Chief Operating Officer of Vecoplan “and the excellence of Jeff’s performance in his previous job, made him the obvious choice to fill the position.”
Vecoplan, a worldwide leader in shredding and recycling technology, celebrates their fortieth anniversary in 2009. Vecoplan was founded in 1969 in Bad Marienberg, Germany as a manufacturer of high quality wood chippers. In the early 1980’s, Vecoplan’s focus turned to the design and manufacture of innovative machinery for recycling a comprehensive range of materials.
Vecoplan, LLC has appointed Richard Smallwood to the position of Sales Manager -Mobile Division. In addition to overseeing sales of mobile shredding systems, Smallwood will function as a liaison between the marketplace and Vecoplan, communicating changing and specialized customer needs to Vecoplan’s engineering R&D team. Smallwood will also work with the marketing department to introduce innovations in mobile technologies to the marketplace.
Frank Goss has been appointed to the position of Senior Service Technician at Vecoplan LLC, a worldwide leader in size reduction technologies. In his new position, Goss will be responsible for installations and start-ups of new machines and systems, as well as electrical service and maintenance on control panels, machines, and systems already in the field.
Mike Campbell has joined Vecoplan, LLC as a Sales Manager in their Mobile Division. Campbell will be responsible for overseeing sales of Vecoplan’s Mobile Shredding Systems to the Document Destruction industry. Campbell will also work with the R&D engineering team, in the constant improvement of technologies for Vecoplan’s Shred Trucks and with the marketing department to introduce these innovations to the marketplace.
ARCDALE, NC—October 27, 2008—Jason Duncan has joined Vecoplan, LLC as a Project Engineer. Duncan, formerly a Manufacturing Engineer for a leading manufacturer of workstations, computer enclosures and furniture used in laboratories, brings 10 years of engineering experience to his new position at Vecoplan.
ARCDALE, NC—07/09/08—Vecoplan, LLC has promoted Gary Kolbet to the newly created position of Vice President of Engineering. Vecoplan is a worldwide leader in size reduction technologies, including shredders, material handling machinery, separation equipment, and complete waste reduction systems. Prior to his promotion Mr. Kolbet was Engineering Manager at Vecoplan, during which time he won numerous engineering awards. In his new position Mr. Kolbet will oversee all aspects of Engineering, New Technologies Development and Complete Systems Integration. “During his seven years at Vecoplan, Gary and has played an integral part in our success. As such, the promotion is well deserved. As the company grows, and
ARCDALE, NC—07/09/08—Vecoplan LLC, a world-wide leader in size reduction technologies, has named Dale Walker to the position of Manager-Sales Engineering. Walker was formerly a Sales Engineer at Vecoplan working on project designs with the Sales Team. Walker’s responsibilities, as Manager-Sales Engineering, will expand to include the oversight and coordination of interactions between Customers, Sales Staff, and Sales Engineers as projects develop from initial contact with the customer through design, engineering, and production. “As the complexity of our machines and systems has grown, and the sophistication of our technology has increased, the need for Engineering expertise early-on in the sales process has also