Repacorp Inc., a converter of labels and tags, RFID, shrink sleeves and flexible packaging, has hired Mark Molnar as sales director, Sue DeBono as channel sales manager and Matt Krafick as quality control for digital printing.
“Mark Molnar will be overseeing all sales representatives and coordinating sales goals with marketing campaigns,” Tony Heinl, president of the Tipp City, Ohio-headquartered company, said. “We have purchased flexible packaging equipment for our Wisconsin facility, and Mark will be instrumental in educating our customers and driving sales for Repacorp’s flexible packaging capabilities.
“With the addition of Sue DeBono, we will be able to reach out and educate our distributors about our capabilities beyond stock labels, which, in turn, will help grow our distributors’ labeling business,” he continued. “Digital is growing, and by adding Matt Krafcik into quality control and workflow, we will streamline processes and keep quality in check.”
Molnar joins Repacorp with over 20 years of experience in operations management, business development and sales leadership in the label converting and labelstock industries in the U.S. and Canada. Mark has served on the advisory board of directors and as a guest lecturer for Illinois State University’s Department of Technology and Graphic Communications.
With 25 years of experience in the label and auto ID industry, DeBono has worked for various label converters and resellers, and has had her own business in the industry as well. She has been tasked with introducing distributors to all of Repacorp’s products and capabilities, including flexible packaging.
Krafcik brings nine years of print industry experience to Repacorp. He has worked in material handling, operation of variable digital presses and customer service. Krafcik will focus on quality control and workflow for digital printing in Repacorp’s Ohio facility.
For more information, visit www.repacorp.com.
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