Durst adds staff to improve the Canadian digital printing market


Phil Hampson has joined the Durst team to provide the Canadian market with inkjet solutions in the digital printing market. Photo courtesy Durst

Durst Phototechnik AG, a manufacturer of professional digital imaging systems, has invested to provide Canadian industry with inkjet solutions in the growing Canadian digital printing market.

Philip Hampson brings extensive experience as a veteran of the printing industry. Previously, he held several national sales positions supporting various print markets.

“I have always admired Durst as a company and am honored to represent Durst across Canada,” Hampson said. “The Durst portfolio offers customers the ability to grow their business with industry-leading inkjet and software solutions. It’s exciting to be able to offer a best-in-class product portfolio across multiple segments, including the large format, textile, corrugated and label markets.

Tim Saur, CEO and Managing Director of Durst North America, said Canada is “an incredibly strong country and one that, living in western New York, I know how to be very welcoming.”

“The reality is that our presence in Canada has not yet reached what we had anticipated,” Saur continued. “At the same time, our market share in the United States continues to grow rapidly, and our customer successes are growing and unparalleled. I believe that with the new addition of Phil Hampson, a seasoned, focused, knowledgeable and proven salesperson, combined with a growing service team, we can properly reflect to the Canadian market how sincere we are about to join us in their continued success. ”

Durst’s inkjet portfolio has established itself as the benchmark for the highest quality, reliability and productivity, according to a company press release.

“Philip’s experience in inkjet sales and support makes him a strong and welcome addition to the Durst sales team,” said Larry D’Amico, sales manager for Durst North America. “It reflects our ongoing commitment to customer satisfaction before, during and after the sale.”


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