Govert appointed new Product Manager at Domino

Shane Govert.

Domino (Gurnee, Illinois), a leading manufacturer and distributor of digital printing and product-identification solutions, has welcomed Shane Govert as Product Manager of Digital Printing for North America, responsible for supporting the label and corrugated markets, as well as aftermarket. Govert brings with him product management experience from Fujifilm Graphic Systems where he spent the past five years in the commercial/offset, flexographic and digital printing markets. His experience also includes a background in colour management and G7 certification. Prior to Fujifilm, he worked at Lithographic Communications, a commercial offset printing company in Munster, Indiana. He’s been involved in the printing industry for 13 years, including his high school and college’s in-plant printing shops. Govert is a graduate of Ball State University with a B.Sc. in Graphic Arts Management, and a minor in Business Administration.

“I’m very excited to have recently joined the Domino team. Great company, great culture, great people,” he said. It’s obvious that this is an organization that employees want to work for, and businesses want to work with. Domino provides world-class digital inkjet solutions for the label and corrugated space, and I’m looking forward to working with our customers across both segments, helping them to grow their business, along with continuing to understand their needs for future product development. Our customers are our business partners,” he emphasized.

The Product Management role became available as Domino continues to grow and invest in resources for its digital printing business. Dale Rawhoof, a highly respected 30-year Domino employee, will take on the newly-created position of Technical Product Manager – Corrugated, as Domino expanded its digital printing solutions into the corrugated sector as of June 2020. Celebrating its 42 years in business, Domino is a global organization with world headquarters in the UK, and North America headquarters in Gurnee, Illinois. The OEM has 25 subsidiaries, representation in over 120 countries, and over 2,800 employees worldwide.

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