Sabur recruits new member of the team

Dan Jeffries joins Sabur

Dan Jeffries has joined Sabur Ink Systems as the UV development manager to help grow the company’s representation in this growing print sector.

Mr Jeffries will be based at Sabur’s Barnsley headquarters. Having previously worked for 12 years at Hybrid Services, the exclusive Mimaki distributor for the UK and Ireland, his expertise further cements Sabur’s offering of Mimaki IP products.

Dean Sanger, Sabur’s managing director, said: “We’re really looking forward to working with Dan and fully expect him to make a big impact here. We have been looking to recruit a dynamic person to join the team in this particular area of the company, and Dan fitted the bill perfectly.

“We know that Dan will help us to expand, especially with the introduction of the Industrial range of printers from Mimaki to our product portfolio. We see Dan as a perfect fit for our company.”

Mr Jeffries added: “Joining Sabur is a fantastic opportunity. I love the team’s work ethic and I can’t wait to work with a company that has clients in a variety of sectors and industries – and one that offers an outstanding quality of service.

“I’m looking to further increase Sabur’s presence within the industrial marketplace and my aim is to raise the company profile within the industry, pulling on strengths from my technical background to provide additional training for the Sabur team.

I plan to work closely with the company’s marketing team, too. My experience working at distributor/manufacturing level nationally has given me a unique insight into both the technical and sales sides of the industry, and I have a clear plan of action which will increase sales and create new business for the company.”

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