Troika Systems, a developer of 3D scanning microscopes for the printing industry, has appointed Laurie Geldenhuys as its new managing director.
Geldenhuys has held multiple senior management positions within the print industry and performance chemicals sector, such as Dow Chemical, Sun Chemical, Xennia Technology, ASI Solutions, Mantrose-Hauser and Status Paints. Most recently, he held the position of CEO at UK-based nanoparticle manufacturer, Promethean Particles.
The appointment comes as Troika Systems seek to drive and further expand its global growth of the business, focusing on the need for efficiency, waste reduction and sustainability within the wider print industry.
‘I am very pleased to be joining Troika Systems. This company really leads the way with its technological development,’ commented Laurie Geldenhuys. ‘I am looking forward to taking the company to the next level in terms of business growth. It is a pivotal time for the printing industry.
‘Our focus is, and will continue to be on driving the message, that sustainability must remain the forefront in our mind for brands, printers, packers and manufacturers. Troika’s specialist measuring and quality control devices deliver a multitude of benefits that really impact the efficiency, sustainability and waste reduction strategies for our customers.’
Wiltshire, UK-based Troika Systems is best known for the development and production of the AniCam quality control system, a 3D scanning microscope for flexographic, gravure and coating printers. Other products include SurfaceCam and plate-to-print HD quality control devices.