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Pulford named new Domino Printing Sciences CEO

May 3, 2019  By PrintAction Staff

After 22 years at technology manufacturer Domino Printing Sciences, including managing the sale of the FTSE250 company to Brother Industries in 2015, Nigel Bond is retiring from his position as CEO. Succeeding him is Robert Pulford, previously Managing Director of Domino’s Digital Printing Solutions Division.

Presiding over 20 acquisitions, Bond oversaw the integration into the Domino business of technology manufacturers such as Sator Laser and Citronix, and former distribution partners Domino Sweden and Domino MarqueTDI in Portugal. As part of the Brother deal, he also secured investment in Digital Printing and Coding & Marking products and services, supporting long-term growth targets.

“I’ve had over 20 memorable years with Domino,” says Bond. “I am proud to have led such a committed and talented team that has driven innovation and produced ground-breaking and award-winning technologies.”


With Domino for 23 years, Pulford has been part of Domino Group’s executive management team for 14 years and has led the company’s Digital Printing Solutions division for the last six years. He has been responsible for driving the growth of digital printing products into direct printing, label and packaging markets, as well as other broader industrial applications. Joining as a Service Manager, and later becoming General Manager within the UK Domestic business, Pulford’s other roles at Domino have included Group Product Management, Group Marketing and General Manager of Domino’s European businesses, as well as leading the New Product Development programme for Domino’s i-Tech products, and the integration of a number of acquisitions.

Domino Printing is a manufacturer and distributor of coding, marking and digital printing solutions. Celebrating over 35 years in business, Domino is a global organization headquartered in the U.K., with 25 subsidiaries, more than 200 distributors, representation in over 120 countries, and over 2,700 employees worldwide.

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