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Reese joins INX Digital team

Published on 2009-12-30. Author : SpecialChem

SAN LEANDRO, CA -- INX Digital International Co. announced the appointment of Willis Reese as Global Director of Business Development. A 25-year veteran of the printing and ink industry, he will report to INX Digital USA President Ken Kisner and work closely with the marketing group.

Reese joins INX Digital after spending the last three years with Hexion Specialty Chemical as the Global Business Director for UV curable inks and coatings. His move to the digital inkjet industry at Hexion followed four years as Global Accounts Manager at Noveon Inc., a specialty chemical company. Reese began his ink experience with Sun Chemical in 1984, working in a variety of jobs that included technical sales and service, product development, global sales and marketing and global business management until joining Noveon, Inc.

"Willis will be managing various industrial opportunities, including relationships with OEMs and print head manufacturers," said Kisner. "He also will be working on our new "EVOLVE™ project, helping INX and Sakata customers transition from traditional to digital printing. We have plenty of important developments ahead of us and we are confident Willis Reese will help us achieve our goals."

"I'm looking forward to the challenge and joining the team at INX Digital. It is a unique company that is well supported and is moving forward in the right direction," Reese said.

About INX Digital International Co.:

INX Digital International Co. is a leading global manufacturer of inkjet inks for wide format, super-wide and new generation digital printers, and a supplier of printing parts and related services. As the digital arm of INX International Ink Co., it offers a full palette of digital ink systems, advanced technologies and integrated services including chemistry, hardware and software, engineering design, and integration and media.

Source: INX International Ink Co.

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