As part of its aim to evolve and further improve customer experience, Maizey Plastics has announced a number of new appointments. The company is focusing on its Architectural, Aluminium (POS), and Flatbed Print sectors, and the new Business Development Managers responsible for these are preparing for a big year.
These new Business Development Managers include:
Another important change in the organisation is Rakesh Ramroop, who will be taking over the National Procurement function from new CEO Wessel van der Merwe, effective 1st April 2019.
Trevor Norman, Chief Sales Officer Commercial at Maizey, elaborated on the company’s key focus areas:
Architectural: ‘There are a number of traditional commercial products in Maizey’s offering that are or can be applied in interior design or architectural applications. In many instances, clients are not necessarily aware of this. Our architectural focus will address market education, customer product knowledge and the expansion of our architectural product offering.’
Point of Sale: ‘We have seen traditional roll up units becoming almost old school and clients looking for different POP solutions. There is an increase in the demand for smaller mall totems with quick interchangeable prints, slimmer textile LED light boxes and creatively designed directional signage. End-users demand not just more of the same, but different branding and display solutions with quick graphic changes.’
Flatbed printing: ‘This sector of the market is evolving fast and our focus is not on growing the commodity product offering, but to rather provide quality, niche products and focus on the end-users looking to diversify. Our range features a selection of products positioned at different price points with an increase in ‘green’ printing substrates. Higher quality products provide longer lifespans, are generally less prone to breakage and provide an overall cost saving, all benefits that are often overlooked.’