Matan Publishes a New Blog
Matan is pleased to announce the publishing of a new Blog. The blog will cover Matan’s two core technologies – Thermal Transfer and UV Inkjet printing, alternately. The posts will be about the many challenges facing printers from both market segments of durable graphics and super-wide format printing, with a practical approach, offering solutions, professional advice as well as in-depth technology overview articles. The posts will be published on a bi-weekly basis.
The posts about durable graphics will be authored by Mr. Peter Brosch, General Manager of Matan USA. Peter has been in the printing industry for almost 30 years. His extensive background includes offset, prepress, UV silk screen and digital printing. Peter was the Graphic Manager for a large Signage company for over 17 years. He also was the Technical Support Manager for an OEM start-up operation, which eventually led to Peter opening Matan USA in 2004. Peter has spoken at numerous conferences on the advantages of Digital Printing and Thermal Transfer technology.
Posts regarding Super-wide format printing will be authored by Erez Zimmerman, Matan’s VP of Marketing. Erez specializes in digital printing for over 15 years. He started his career at the Indigo R&D department. Later he joined Scitex Vision (acquired by HP) and filled several R&D roles, including as Electronics Engineer, System Engineer and Electronics Team Leader. Having gained a track record in developing wide format printers and technology, Erez joined the Marketing Department in the position of Product Manager. Next, Erez worked for 4 years at Objet Geometries, a company that develops and manufactures 3D printers based on ink jet technology, as Asia Pacific Marketing Manager and Product Manager. Erez has been with Matan since 2010 and currently serves as VP of Marketing. He holds a B.Sc in Electronics Engineering and an MBA from Bar Ilan University.
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