Domino appoints two new Sector Development Managers
Company reinforcing continued investment on sector-focused growth.
March 21, 2016
by Canadian Pacakaging staff
GURNEE, ILL—Domino North America has expanded its Sector Program with the appointment of two additional Sector Development Managers: Michael Barron, Sector Development Manager – Medical Devices and David Deagle, Sector Development Manager – Food Canning.
“As Coding and Marking continues to become a more critical component of our customers’ manufacturing environment to meet the ever changing regulatory requirements of their respective sectors, it is vital that we are well positioned to provide industry expertise and guidance to meet those demands head on,” says director of Sector Development Mark Shaffer. “With these new appointments, we’re confident we can offer our customers more insight and support than ever before – that’s the Domino difference.”
Deagle has over 20 years of experience in the packaging, marking, coding and automation industries, most recently with A-B-C Packaging Machine Corporation. His diverse background and industry experience will have an immediate impact on Domino’s new sector program and customer experience.
“I have a personal interest in the continued success of Domino, our customers, and the canning industry,” Deagle says. “My primary goal is to increase the value of Domino’s offerings to our customer base, as well as manufacturers which continue to search for the correct marking and coding solutions.
“Robust coding, marking, and labeling automation is our core business, and I look forward to helping the canning industry develop valuable solutions in their daily production and food safety initiatives. My focus will be to align our offerings with our customers’ needs and without hesitation I truly believe Domino can provide the best creative solutions in the packaging industry.”
Barron will leverage over 20 years experience and market insight to expand opportunities and partnerships impacted by new regulatory requirements, specifically relating to coding and marking.
“It is our objective to be at the forefront of legislation impacting our customers and to offer viable solutions to successfully comply with those regulations,” Barron declares. “Technology is a significant part of the expertise we provide, but we also want to establish a network of long-term partners to help drive and support legislative compliance. Domino understands the importance of fully understanding the needs and demands of our sectors, and my role further validates that.”
As the leading business within Domino Printing Sciences plc, Domino is an autonomous division within Brother Industries. Founded in 1978, Domino has established a global reputation for the development and manufacture of coding, marking, printing technologies, aftermarket products and customer service. Today Domino offers a portfolio of end-to-end coding solutions designed to satisfy the compliance and productivity requirements of manufacturers including inkjet, laser, print and apply and thermal transfer overprinting technologies for application of variable and authentication data, bar codes and unique traceability codes onto product and packaging across many industrial sectors including food, beverage, pharmaceutical and industrial. Domino employs 2,600 people worldwide working with more than 120 countries through a global network of 25 subsidiary offices and over 200 distributors. Domino has manufacturing facilities in China, Germany, India, Sweden, Switzerland, U.K. and U.S.
For further information, visit www.domino-printing.com.