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Key appointment to support Linx’s global sales growth

  • Linx Printing Technologies
Printing, Coding, Supply Chain Services, Coding, Traceability

Linx Printing Technologies is strengthening its Continuous Inkjet (CIJ) sales support team with the appointment of Greg Treanor as Global CIJ Business Manager.

In his new role, Greg will work closely with Linx’s direct and indirect commercial teams around the world to drive sales and opportunities for the company’s latest CIJ models, including the ground-breaking Linx 8900 and newly-launched Linx 10.

Greg has over 12 years’ experience in the coding and marking industry. His appointment sees him return to Linx where he began his career in the International Technical Support team before taking on a variety of sales and Product Management roles with Domino. He has particular expertise in bringing product concepts to market and driving growth through the sales and marketing teams.

“I am delighted to welcome Greg back to Linx,” comments Nigel Hood, Managing Director of Linx. “His in-depth market knowledge and skills will be invaluable in helping us to maximise opportunities for our market-leading CIJ models worldwide.”

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  • Modified 22 Mar 2017
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