Tonejet has appointed Marvin Foreman as Worldwide Sales Manager. Using the company's g digital print technology, Foreman is responsible for Tonejet’s worldwide go-to-market sales strategy. Part of this strategy will include educating the industry about the business building and profit generating benefits of Tonejet technology. With initial focus on the craft beverage sector and big breweries, Foreman will drive sales of Tonejet’s 2-Piece Can & Tube Digital Decorator while further developing the company’s worldwide sales and service network.
“I am delighted to join Tonejet. This business is at the very cutting edge of digital print technology, with customers and their requirements at the heart of everything they do,” Foreman said.
“Like digital print for the commercial print market, Tonejet technology now allows short to medium run container and can printing — crucially at high speed and low cost. Due to these production benefits, as well as the unique marketing and sales opportunities enabled by the personalization and visioning capabilities, the opportunities for can printers, craft brewers and large breweries are significant. I genuinely believe that Tonejet is on the cusp of delivering another digital print revolution.”
Marvin Foreman joins Tonejet from FujiFilm Graphic Systems in the U.S., where he was a technical sales manager. During his 10 years with FujiFilm, Marvin was responsible for selling a range of consumable products to screen, digital and flexo businesses. He was also responsible for selling digital printing equipment to national and international U.S. print houses. Foreman is based out of Tonejet’s UK headquarters in Cambridge.
The Tonejet 2-Piece Can & Tube Digital Decorator utilizes electrostatic drop-on-demand deposition technology for high-speed, high-quality print on virtually any substrate. Offering 600 dpi through four colors, the Tonejet system is built for true industrial use. Using nozzle-less print heads for market-leading system reliability, the Tonejet 2-Piece Can & Tube Digital Decorator greatly reduces printer downtime and costly head replacement.
Applying a very thin ink layer (less than 0.5 um), which is safe for all food packaging applications, it also provides an extremely low cost per print. Enabling between 100-200 cans per minute, the Tonejet technology ensures swift ROI (return-on-investment) and new profit generating applications.
Tonejet product applications include:
- Metal packaging cans, closures and containers
- Cylindrical containers, tubes, cartons and aerosols
- Flexible packaging foil, labels, shrink sleeves, flow wrap and pouches
- Paperboard packaging folding carton, carton board and corrugated
Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Tonejet, Simon Edwards, said, “Having spent the last 10 years perfecting the technology, we are now very pleased to begin shipping the 2-Piece Can & Tube Digital Decorator to an order book of expectant and very excited customers. Marvin’s experience and steady hands will be crucial in meeting our business aspirations and maintaining high customer service. We are pleased to have him on board.”
Marvin will be attending the Smithers PIRA Digital Print for Packaging Conference in Tampa, Florida from June 1-2, where Tonejet will be a sponsor, exhibitor and presenter.
Established in 1994, Tonejet is a powerful digital printing technology that utilizes electrostatic drop-on-demand deposition technology to enable high-quality print on virtually any type of substrate at high speed. Our strategy is to be one of the leaders in industrial digital printing solutions for the packaging industry, where reliability, performance and quality are paramount. We work in close cooperation with our customers and industry leaders to deliver cost-effective digital printing systems.
Further information about Tonejet can be found on the company's website: www.tonejet.com.
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