Kane Marsh joins MPS Asia as Regional Printing Instructor

Well-versed in the label printing industry

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MPS Systems Asia hired Kane Marsh as Regional Printing Instructor

To provide increased service and support to Asia-Pacific customers, MPS Systems Asia hired Kane Marsh as Regional Printing Instructor. An Australian citizen, Kane is very well-versed in the label print industry from working with various printing companies throughout Asia including Indonesia, Singapore, and the Philippines.

New Regional Printing Instructor for MPS Asia

As Regional Printing Instructor, Marsh will provide training on MPS‘ narrow web flexo presses and specialized label applications. He will also provide customer tests and demonstrations in the MPS Asia demo center in Malaysia. Marsh brings direct print experience on multiple presses in a range of printing technologies including flexo, gravure, offset, screen, and a variety of applications. He has a deep understanding of various needs in food & beverage, pharmaceutical, security printing, haircare, healthcare, tobacco products, and other industries.

Throughout my career, I have had the privilege to work with flexible packaging and labels on various substrates and printing machines,” said Marsh. “This will be a great benefit to MPS customers.”

“Kane comes with 18 years hands-on printing experience,” added Tim Klappe, managing director of MPS Asia. “He has run many different printing presses and supervised print teams in various countries and companies. We believe his in-depth printing and application knowledge of labels and flexible packaging will be a tremendous added value for our team in Asia and for MPS worldwide.”

Marsh officially joined MPS on June 1st and is based at MPS Asia in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In the near future, he will visit MPS customers throughout Asia Pacific to provide on-site training and share knowledge to help run their presses with maximum productivity workflow and expand into new market segments.

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