Reproflex3 makes strategic appointment
Published: 14 April 2021 | No comments yet
Pre-press service provider for the flexo community, Reproflex3, has appointed Paul Orr as brand services business development manager.
Working primarily with clients throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia, Mr Orr will manage commercial activities with a focus on building new strategic partnerships and supporting growth across key areas of the business.
He joins Reproflex3 with more than 28 years of experience in the flexible food packaging pre-press industry, and brings in-depth technical knowledge of pre-press and print in flexo, gravure and litho.
After beginning his career as an apprentice press operator, Mr Orr moved into client services, using his technical expertise in a variety of senior roles with different packaging companies. Most recently as head of client services at Tag in Leeds, this involved project management, driving best practice and business growth.
Mr Orr, said ‘I’m really pleased to join the Reproflex3 family. It’s a fantastic company with an excellent reputation in the pre-press industry. They’re entirely dedicated to sharing the benefits and capabilities of flexo by providing unique end-to-end packaging solutions.
‘It was an easy decision to come on board and I’m looking forward to working closely with the team, our customers and business partners, to drive growth through successful partnerships and exceeding customer expectations.’
Reproflex3 co-founder Andrew Hewitson, said, ‘We are delighted to welcome Paul to our growing team. He joins us at an exciting time as the business expands through long-term relationships with existing clients and new contracts via our global partnership network.
‘Paul’s extensive technical expertise and commercial experience is a combination I know will help us enormously. Now, more than ever, we’re clear that our strategy in developing new technologies and building successful partnerships is fuelling performance across all areas of the business. Paul has the knowledge and personality to hit the ground running and will be a valuable addition.’