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Fuji Xerox strengthens ANZ printer team

10 Nov 2009

In a move to strengthen its management team, Fuji Xerox has promoted staff and created new positions within its ANZ printer channel sales team.

Ken Kozak is taking over the new role of SMB Acquisitions and Consumables Manager, where he will be responsible for developing new business opportunities and managing the consumables business for Fuji Xerox’s channel business. Kozak has more than 20 years of experience and was previously the BDM at Kalk Online.

Peter Chambers will take over the new role of National Distribution Manager, where he will be responsible for Fuji Xerox’s distribution function, including building and maintaining relationships with its key partners. He was previously at Lexmark International for nearly ten years before joining Fuji Xerox.

Greg Vlahos has been promoted to the role of Channel Sales Manager, where he will be responsible for managing the company’s channel sales activities in ANZ. David Borg will take over the role of General Manager ANZ, where he will be responsible for driving the printer channel business to grow market share through a comprehensive channel acquisition program in ANZ. He has been with Fuji Xerox for more than 16 years.

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