Wiedenbach GmbH has been appointed to lead the ‘Industrial Sectors’ division within Domino’s Global Sector and Solutions organisation (GSS-Industrial), which serves the cable & wire, electronics, automotive and building & construction industries. The appointment represents a strategic step forward in Domino’s relationship with Wiedenbach, which has been a member of the Domino Group for over ten years.
Wiedenbach will be responsible for creating and developing a global network of industrial sector specialists within Domino’s channels, as part of GSS-Industrial’s global remit to grow Domino’s worldwide business through the coordination, development and support of strategies with all Domino subsidiaries and distributors.
The Industrial Sector will be headed up by Frank Dubbins, Authorized Officer of Wiedenbach, who comments: “Thanks to the outstanding sales and service network of the Domino Group, we will be able to respond quicker to future market trends and developments, as well as meet our customers’ requirements by offering more up to date solutions.”
Michael Woehrmann, Managing Director of Wiedenbach continues: “This appointment represents an exciting new opportunity for both companies. We’re confident that Domino will benefit significantly from the commitment and experience Wiedenbach has in the industrial sector. At the same time, we look forward to playing a significant role in the realisation of this global network of industrial sector specialists.”
Founded in 1978, Domino Printing Sciences offers the most comprehensive portfolios of coding and marking solutions for the application of variable and authentication data, bar codes and unique traceability codes onto product and packaging, across a wide variety of industrial sectors. Satisfying the compliance and productivity requirements of manufacturers worldwide, Domino’s innovative ink jet, laser, print & apply and thermal transfer overprinting technologies are used for primary, secondary and tertiary coding and marketing applications.
Domino employs 2,600 people worldwide and sells to more than 120 countries through a global network of 25 subsidiary offices and more than 200 distributors. In 2004, Domino acquired Wiedenbach GmbH, a leading provider of inkjet printers for contactless product marking. The acquisition of the German company has helped strengthen the Domino Group’s customer proposition in coding and marking for industrial sectors.