Nipson SAS (France), provider of the world’s fastest and most versatile digital printing solutions for specialty applications, appoints Bryan Palphreyman to CEO of its Nipson America Inc. and UK Ltd. subsidiaries. Formerly Managing Director of Nipson UK, Palphreyman brings a wealth of knowledge and successes to his new role as CEO. In his position, he will be responsible for developing and implementing new strategies for growth, building customer relationships and leading the Nipson staff in both regions. In America, Palphreyman will work closely with the regional sales managers, Wayne Kornack and Mike Paschall, to better understand customer demand and identify opportunities that effectively serve the marketplace.
“We are pleased to appoint Bryan Palphreyman to CEO of Nipson America and UK,” says Ghislain Segard, President of Nipson SAS. “His experience, industry knowledge and impressive track-record of success make him an exceptional leader and we look forward to his guidance and support.”
A 20 year veteran of the printing industry, Palphreyman has held a number of executive roles in his career. Prior to his work at Nipson, Palphreyman was principal consultant for Digital Print Consulting Ltd, a consulting company for the Digital print market, with whom he served as strategic business consultant for the inkjet division of Sensient Imaging Technologies and technology start-up Inski Ltd, where he established and executed plans to develop new business in the respective regions and markets. His sales accolades can be further attributed to his experiences while working for global inkjet printhead manufacturer Xaar plc, and digital printing equipment OEM’s Logopak Systeme GmbH and Willett International.
“I am pleased to be given the opportunity to lead Nipson’s America and UK operations,” says Palphreyman. “With new investments and products on the horizon, I am confident Nipson is poised for much growth. We are committed to providing our customers with quality, versatile digital printers and I look forward to supporting the staff to build Nipson to new heights.”
Bryan studied Electrical Engineering at York College of Advance Technology and splits his time living in York, United Kingdom and Itasca, IL.