The imaging solutions provider Ninestar is pleased to announce it has opened a new office in Germany. The new office will focus on new business development, as well as strengthen Ninestar’s service to their partners.
Eric Zhang, General Manager of Print Consumables BU, Ninestar Corporation, said “The establishment of the German office is a well-thought-out step for Ninestar. To grapple with this ever-changing market, we need a professional team here to hit the ground, fostering new business and ensuring our partners are getting the services that they need and deserve.”
Based in the German office, Scott Odom has been appointed as the Director of Sales and will be leading an experienced sales team to serve the needs of new partners. Odom boasts more than three decades’ experience in sales, marketing and manufacturing in the Xerographic and IT industries, as well as years of experience in doing business in the Middle East, Asia Pacific, and both Western and Eastern Europe.
“It’s an exciting time to be at Ninestar, and I look forward to this opportunity to share my knowledge and experience with my colleagues and our partners so they can benefit from the company’s proven success in market. With our team’s in-depth market insight, a comprehensive remanufactured product portfolio and other patented unique solutions we will strive to assist partners to seize the opportunities arising from the market shift that is taking place around the globe.” (Register to receive Print It Reseller magazine and get our magazine too).
In addition to Odom, additional team members joining Ninestar Europe will be Ralf Megerlin, Uwe Engel, Paula Marques and Tinde Nemet.
Lars Holzwarth (pictured top), marketing director of Ninestar Europe market, said, “Europe is a crucial market for the growth of the company. With the establishment of the German office and a professional experienced sales team, Ninestar is making a significant step forward in our ability to prioritize service and support for our partners.”
So far, Ninestar owns branches, offices and warehouses in the USA, Canada, the Netherlands, Germany, UK, Italy, Japan, and Malaysia.