Appointments
Xerox has appointed Steve Bandrowczak President and Chief Operations Officer and a member of the company’s Executive Committee, where he will be responsible for developing and executing a global operations strategy in the company’s business support functions, including product and service delivery, customer billing, information technology, global procurement and real estate.
David Carey, President of Hearst Magazines since 2010, is stepping down at the end of the year, according to the company.
SA International (SAi), a provider of software solutions for the signmaking, digital printing and CNC machining industries, has named Bobby Fosson Channel Sales Manager for North America. The position will see Fosson – who brings over 20 years of sign industry experience – drive and develop relations with SAi’s dealer and OEM channel partners, focusing on the provision of commercial support and training to sales and technical staff.
Timothy S. Nicholls has been appointed Senior Vice-President and CFO of International Paper, succeeding Glenn R. Landau who is leaving the company for personal reasons.
LL Flex has announced it is realigning its executive management team, led by newly appointed CEO Victor Dixon, and will focus its assets in core markets following Centre Lane Partners’ (CLP) sale of the Oracle Packaging business in Winston-Salem. Headquartered in Louisville, Ky., LL Flex will remain a part of the CLP portfolio of companies.
Drytac has announced the appointment of D’Arcy Lewis to the role of Technical Sales Manager for the company’s industrial division. In his new position, he will be responsible for increasing Drytac’s custom and contract adhesive coating business in the packaging, construction, medical, automotive, label, and industrial markets throughout North America.
Steve Voorhees, Chief Executive Officer of WestRock, has been named RISI North American CEO of the year.
MBO America has promoted Josh Romberg to the position of National Sales Director, where he will oversee all MBO sales activity in the United States.
Komori America announced this week the addition of Richard Freeley to its sales team as Inkjet Sales Manager.
Quadient is welcoming Christian Hartigan as its new President and General Manager of the Americas, where he will help customers and partners accelerate their evolution to a digital experience platform.
After its initial announcement earlier this month, the Xerox Board of Directors has formally appointed John Visentin as Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman of the Board. He succeeds Jeff Jacobson, an advocate of a proposed $6.1-billion deal with Fujifilm Holdings Corp. of Japan that was recently scrapped in a settlement with Xerox stakeholders Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason.
Komori America has promoted Mark Milbourn to Vice President of Sales, where he will manage, lead and support the district sales managers for offset and digital press sales and solutions.
Massivit 3D, a provider of large format 3D printing solutions, has appointed Kevin Sykes president for North America.
Bozana Markovic has joined Insource Corp. as a Senior Consultant, Integration Expert, supporting the company’s drive to provide technology and process improvements within printing operations across Canada.  

With more than 15 years of industry experience, Markovic is grounded in Lean Six Sigma principles. She has spent the past 10 years supporting mail-and-distribution service offerings for all Canadian Xerox service sites, as well as consulting services to Non-Xerox clients. Before joining Xerox in 2007, Markovic also spent five years with Pitney Bowes as an Account Manager.

At Insource, Markovic will focus on helping clients by delivering strategic implementations with a focus on innovation, operational improvements and business process optimization.
Canadian Andrew Gunn becomes Director of Production Marketing for Xerox’ North American Operations. His team will support the go-to-market strategy for all of Xerox sales channels for North America in the production print space, from entry-level systems and the iGen series to the company’s growing push in high-end inkjet presses.

Before joining Xerox in mid-2011 to help lead the company's product marketing in Canada, Gunn worked with Eastman Kodak in various executive roles supporting print and workflow. He also previously worked with IKON Office Solutions and Hewlett-Packard in marketing and business development roles.

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