Press controls specialist QIPC-EAE has appointed The Siebold Company its authorised agency in the US, Canada and the Caribbean and Canada.
In a statement to announce the alliance, the Dutch company praises the technical knowledge of the new partner, while TSC lauds QIPC's register control and EAE's press control systems.
Prominent in the North American and Caribbean graphic arts market, TSC focusses on newspaper and commercial printing solutions: Senior vice president Richard Palmer says a partnership with QIPC-EAE gives them the opportunity to offer newspaper and commercial printers the best solution in those categories.
Says sales and marketing vice president Bruce Barna: "Our goal with this partnership is to provide our customers with the best solutions available in every press support category."
The partnership gives QIPC-EAE the opportunity to expand its customer base, Americas managing director Ronald Reedijk adding that TSC have extensive technical and commercial knowledge of the industry's needs and requirements: "This will lead to further growth of our sales in the US, Canada and the Caribbean, thanks in part to TSC's seasoned sales team, which is well established and has a good knowledge of the market."
Established in 1989, The Siebold Company claims more than 5000 installation projects throughout North America and the Caribbean. It specialises in newspaper and commercial printing, and materials processing, and owns subsidiaries Lion Web Components, DR Press Equipment, DGM and Smith Pressroom Products.
Pictured at the signing: Ronald Reedijk and TSC corporate development vice president Chris Miles, with (standing from left) TSC parts and service CSM Brian Roach, and press, parts and service VP Eugene Albright, QIPC-EAE head of sales Erwin van Rossem, TSC president Jim Siebold, SVP Richard Palmer and sales and marketing VP Bruce Barna
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