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  • 25 Aug 2022

Technicote appoints technical sales manager

Technicote has appointed Keith Gliesman to the position of technical sales manager. In this role, Keith will be responsible for a select group of customers as sales manager. Keith will also support the customer base with on-site technical support & production trials as well as end user application support.

Technicote has appointed Keith Gliesman to the position of technical sales manager. In this role, Keith will be responsible for a select group of customers as sales manager. Keith will also support the customer base with on-site technical support & production trials as well as end user application support.

Gliesman has spent 30 years in the pressure-sensitive materials industry, having worked on-press as well a process engineer in medical converting. Gliesman spent the last 15 years as a regional technical manager at Avery Dennison providing field support on-press and at end users.

'I am excited to join Technicote’s commercial team as a Technical Sales Manager, a company who has been focused on driving unique customers solutions to the industry for over 40 years', says Gliesman. 'The team is passionate about providing solutions to each and every customer. I look forward to using my technical expertise to continue this mission.'

Keith will be another step forward in providing custom solutions both to his specific customers and the whole company.

'Technicote is proud of our strong technical experience and providing challenging technical solutions for customers. Keith adds another exciting layer of on-press and application support,' said Ed Klene, Technicote national sales & marketing director.

Keith will reside at his home office in Mentor, Ohio where he enjoys spending time with his four children and is an avid outdoorsman – cycling, hiking and kayaking.

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