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  • 21 Dec 2021

Screen promotes Chandonnet

Screen Americas has promoted Paul Chandonnet to vice president of sales for the company’s High-Speed Inkjet Solutions division.

Screen Americas has promoted Paul Chandonnet to vice president of sales for the company’s High-Speed Inkjet Solutions division.

The new leadership role for Chandonnet acknowledges his product and market expertise within the product segment and helps fulfill the balanced team structure Screen recently established with dedicated sales leaders and teams for both its label and packaging and high-speed production inkjet market units.

Chandonnet, an industry veteran and employee of Screen Americas since 2015, previously held the position of vice president of sales for the company’s eastern region that included the entire portfolio of Screen’s products. 

‘By focusing solely on the high-speed digital inkjet division, we will be able to offer the best solutions possible for those customers in the commercial, direct mail, transactional and publishing markets,’ commented Chandonnet.

Chandonnet, who will oversee the Truepress Jet520 series, including Screen’s flagship Truepress Jet520HD, is looking forward to expanding his role geographically as he concentrates on a single portfolio. 

‘Solutions needed for those in California are not necessarily different than those needed by someone in New York,’ said Chandonnet. ‘Focusing on the high-speed division will bring me greater continuity throughout my day and leave me in a better position to serve the sales team and Screen’s customers.’

Chandonnet’s roots in the printing industry date back to his college years, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York. His primary studies included printing technology and management.

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