Pang takes over at KBA

Andrew Pang has been named as Christian Knapp’s successor as managing director of KBA UK. Pang began his career as an apprentice with Butler and Tanner and worked his way up to Print Director responsible for all repro, ctp, litho and digital printing as well as IT. This gave him first-hand experience of a major organisation running multiple KBA presses.
He joined KBA in 2007 as sheetfed service director and went on to launch the approved consumables division (PressConsum). More recently he has been involved with KBA’s customer consultancy project which focusses on the ISO12647-2 implementation, performance and optimisation. Earlier this year he returned to his service director role following internal reorganisation.






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