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Nazdar Appoints Richard Bowles and Peter Walsh to New Posts

“One of our top priorities is developing Nazdar’s leadership team.”

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Nazdar has appointed Richard Bowles president of Nazdar Ink Technologies and named Peter Walsh president of Nazdar SourceOne.

In his new role as president of Nazdar Ink Technologies, Bowles will develop strategic sales, marketing, manufacturing, R&D, customer care, quality and continuous improvement plans to enable Nazdar Ink Technologies to achieve objectives for growth and profitability.

“One of our top priorities is developing Nazdar’s leadership team,” says Mike Fox, Nazdar CEO. “Richard plays a critical role in leading Nazdar Ink Technologies into the future. Today’s appointment is the result of his ability to think strategically on a global scale, the respect he has earned from his peers, customers and partners, and his significant contributions to our Company.”

Bowles joined Nazdar in 2002 as vice president of marketing, and since 2005 has served as vice president and general manager of Nazdar Ink Technologies.

As president of Nazdar SourceOne, Walsh is charged with developing strategic plans and providing leadership and vision to the functional areas of SourceOne for future growth and market expansion. These include partnering with leading global suppliers to provide best-in-class solutions for specialty graphic printers in the US, Mexico, and Central America.

“Nazdar has always positioned itself to adjust to market change and industry innovation. This move supports that initiative allowing for rapid response to these changes while maintaining a customer first approach,” says Fox. “Peter has led SourceOne to tremendous progress over the years and this promotion will foster continued growth through market leading supplier relationships and unsurpassed customer support.”

Walsh joined Nazdar in 1992 after serving as president of TAS, USA, a major international screen printing textile equipment manufacturer.


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