C.P. Bourg announces key Canada/U.S. territory adjustments and appointments

James Tressler.
James Tressler.

C.P. Bourg, a world-leading developer and supplier of on-demand document binding and finishing equipment, has announced several territory changes designed to strengthen relationships with customers and partners across North America and South America. “These changes ensure that C.P. Bourg will not only retain its leadership position in the Americas, but also add to the increasing success of the company, its customers and its many partners in the future,” the OEM added. “Each of our Regional Sales Managers will assist customers by working closely with the company’s array of strategic partners to design Bourg finishing products as part of broader product and workflow solutions,” said James Tressler, Vice President of Sales. “The Regional Sales Managers can offer customers a wide variety of options – including who they buy C.P. Bourg products from and where they can obtain service and repair parts – making every engagement with our team seamless.”

Don Schroeder.
Don Schroeder.

The four Regional Sales Managers are: Donald Schroeder, Executive Regional Sales Manager (responsible for central Canada and central U.S.); Dick Bennett, Western Regional Sales Manager (whose territory extends north and west from Arizona to Montana including Alaska, Hawaii and western Canada); Paul Byrne, North Eastern Regional Sales Manager (responsible for New York City, New Jersey the six New England states and Eastern Canada); and James Tressler, Eastern Regional Sales Manager & Vice President of Sales (whose territory extends from New York State to Florida including South America.)

Paul Byrne.
Paul Byrne.

“Every member of our team exemplifies the best the industry has to offer, from their dedication to customers and their knowledge of print finishing production, to their professional interaction with our strategic partners,” Tressler added. “The combination of their experience with the flexibility and versatility of C.P. Bourg’s binding and finishing equipment, gives our Regional Sales Managers the widest range of choices and capabilities to help customers solve print-finishing problems and gain the greatest advantage in addressing the most compelling business and market opportunities.”

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.