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www.psi-network.de PSI Journal 8-9/2016 PF CONCEPT DEUTSCHLAND FIELD SALES TEAM COMPLETED PF Concept Deutschland has put together an even more powerful field sales team with two new, experienced industry and sales experts. Matthias Erb and Jörn Gedig joined PF Concept in early July. Matthias Erb is responsible for the sales region South. He previously worked as a key account manager at Pelikan Hardcopy Distribution GmbH & Co. KG in Hanover. He gained his experience in the Matthias Erb Jörn Gedig advertising materials market with his own company Fareast Solution GmbH, which he founded in 2006, specialising in the customised production of advertising materials. Jörn Gedig is responsible for the region West in the field sales team. The sales expert came from the digital merchandising shop Smake. Gedig was previously responsible for sales in the western federal states of Germany as the area manager for West Germany at Falk & Ross Group Europe. He has also acquired additional skills in the textile market. “We are delighted to welcome two such experienced persons to our sales force,” said Peter Stelter, Country Manager PF Concept D-A-CH. “With their expertise, both are perfectly capable of responding to the individual needs of our customers with expert advice.” www.pfconcept.com < BRAND.IT SMARTPHONE AND TABLET CASES WITH LOGO Berlin-based Brand.it GmbH has been specializing in branding IT hardware and accessories with corporate logos for tenyears. By doing so, the company enhances the recognition of strong brands and also protects the hardware from theft. By producing its own tablet and smartphone cases, Brand.it is now opening up its portfolio for promotional product distributors. Brand.it’s philosophy is to sell its products exclusively through resellers. Recently, Brand.it also became a member of thePSInetwork (PSI 49758). Well-founded knowledge in all production techniques always guarantee the best quality. Furthermore, customers profit from many years of experience, short and prompt delivery channels, and a sure feeling for technical and lifestyle items. More details can be found at www.brand.it. Current sales literature can be requested at: peter.loew@brand.it < 10 YEARS BROTHER VISIBLE GROWTH On 23 June 2016, Brother InternationaleIndustriemaschinen GmbH began the construction of a new warehouse with 1,500 square metres with a symbolic groundbreaking ceremony. As a result, the existing warehouse area of 1,600 square metres will be almost doubled. “This has become necessary in order to meet the increasing demand for industrial textile printers and sewing machines,” says Valerio Scotti, managing director at Brother in Emmerich am Rhein. The turnover has increased by more than 20 per cent per year in recent years, which is reflected on the one hand by a need for additional floor space and, onthe other hand, by the fact that in recent years Brother has recruited five new employees each year. Thecompletion of the new warehouse is expect- ed in November 2016. According to the Group photo during the ground-breaking ceremo- company, further growth is also expectny for the construction of the new hall. ed in the next few years, with new innovative products and a strong international team in Emmerich at the river Rhine. Brother is a Japanese company whose product portfolio includes a variety of devices from the electronics, industrial and household sectors. Brother is thus a market leader in the production of industrial sewing machines and industrial textile printers and multifunction devices. The sales offices of Brother are located worldwide. www.brother-industrial.com < 55

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