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Durst appoints manager in new labels role

Peter Jones joins Durst in the newly created role of labels business development manager for the UK and Ireland.

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Peter Jones, labels business development manager at Durst

Having spent 25 years in a variety of management roles for Esko, most recently as the global solutions manager for Danaher.

The new business role will see Jones work closely with local sales, service, supply and logistics teams, covering the Durst RSC Tau UV inkjet portfolio and associated software offered by Durst Professional Services.

“Having done a lot of research, I know that Durst’s product portfolio, customer service and support is second to none,” comments Jones. “Durst is a family company and market leader with a first-class reputation in so many markets, which I hope to extend further in labels. I’m really excited. This was too good an opportunity to miss.”

Peter’s considerable market knowledge will be a real asset to Durst, with labels continuing to be a really important target sector

Peter Bray, managing director of Durst UK and Ireland, adds: “We welcome Peter to the Durst family. The creation of a new role within Durst UK & Ireland is part of a strategic push to grow business in the labels sector through our market-leading Tau systems, service and software.

“Peter’s considerable market knowledge will be a real asset to Durst, with labels continuing to be a really important target sector to further grow our business.”

Jones lives with his family in Stratford-upon-Avon and is currently working towards a master’s degree in project management. He also holds a private pilot’s license and occasionally coaches a women's rugby team near his home.

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