Q.I. Press Controls Appoints North America Managing Director
Posted: 5/7/2013  |  By:

Q.I. Press Controls, the leading supplier of innovative, high quality optical measure and control systems, has appointed Ronald Reedijk as the company’s new managing director for its office in North America. Reedijk will also serve as area sales director for the Americas.

He replaces acting managing director, Gerald Ferron, who has retired. The increasing number of users of Q.I. Press Controls’ automated solutions for increasing efficiency of printing quality on web-offset presses in North, Central and South America has also seen a need for extra sales support for our offices located in Campinas in Brazil and North Kingstown in North America.

Reedijk has an extensive experience in sales and marketing.  Already from the beginning of his career, commercial- and general management predominates, also defined by his ambition and competences. He acquired a lot of experience in as well the Business-to-Business service industry as technical products in a national- and international environment.

Before joining Q.I. Press Controls,
Reedijk spent more than 15 years as a senior consultant and trainer specialized in sales and sales management. He previously worked for major oil companies in various sales management positions. Reedijk has served as sales trainer for Q.I. Press Controls worldwide since 2011.

Using his management and sales skills, his still-growing knowledge of the graphical market and technics he will be able to support Q.I. Press Controls’ product portfolio at a high level.

“I am enjoying working for Q.I. Press Controls for a year now and I am looking forward to contribute to the growth of our company and optimize the market acceptance of our systems in the Americas,”
Reedijk said. “This is a period of change for the printing industry facing the new media and dealing with difficult economic situations. I am convinced that the Q.I. Press Controls’ automated quality systems can support the offset production workflow and help to maximize efficiency at crucial time. It is a good challenge and I am surrounded by good colleagues.”