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  • 01 Sep 2021

Simon Cosh joins Durst

Durst has appointed Simon Cosh its new UK and Ireland label business development manager

Durst has appointed Simon Cosh its new UK and Ireland label business development manager covering RSC Tau UV press portfolio, as well as Workflow Label software and other integration packages.

Cosh is an inkjet specialist with over 30 years of experience in the print and graphic communications industry. He has wide-ranging experience across flexo, litho, digital and letterpress printing technologies, where he enhanced his knowledge in recent roles at Edale and Dantex.

Cosh will be working closely with the local sales, service, supply, and logistics teams as well as Durst Group headquarters staff based in Brixen, Italy. His responsibility covers the Durst RSC Tau UV inkjet single-pass press portfolio, as well Durst Workflow Label software and other integration packages. 

‘Simon joins the Durst family at an important time as we continue to push forward our market-leading RSC Tau systems, service, and software,’ commented Peter Bray, managing director of Durst UK and Ireland. ‘His expertise in the inkjet sector will be a valuable asset as we continue to lead innovation within labels, a market we joined little more than ten years ago but have now firmly established our presence. All our customers can count on Durst’s continuous development of RSC technology.’

‘My background in flexo and other processes has given me a greater understanding of how they all link in, and particularly the huge advantages that digital can bring as markets continue to evolve,’ commented Cosh on his new role. ‘I am massively excited and really looking forward to the challenge. Not only is Durst recognized right across the market as an innovator and market leader, but it is also a company that is extremely well respected within the industry and constantly pushing the boundaries in terms of solutions. The new features and products in the RSC Tau range will further enhance its reputation.’


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