Concord, NC—DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation (DNP IAM) appointed Joseph Caruso to its national account sales team. In his new role, Caruso will manage DNP national accounts and also develop new markets for its consumer photo products.
Caruso has 27 years of experience in the digital printing industry. He has served in sales and business development roles in the commercial print, packaging and photo segments of technology leaders. In addition, Caruso most recently served as national accounts manager for the Photo Lab segment of Hewlett-Packard Company.
“Joe has demonstrated a proven capacity for growing sales and developing new markets on a global scale,” said Katsuyuki Oshima, president of DNP IAM. “I’m confident his strong leadership and experience will be an invaluable asset for not only growing our business but also as a resource for customers.”
Caruso said, “DNP’s commitment to innovation and customer service has made them into a world leader in the photo and printing industries. I look forward to bringing my extensive experience in the digital printing industry to DNP and extending the reach of its products to customers across the nation.”
DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation
DNP IAM is a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of Dai Nippon Printing Company (DNP). Its parent company is among the largest manufacturers of dye-sublimation media for photo printers as well as barcode ribbons.
The company offers solutions for the photo retail market. The products are designed to address retailer’s specific business goals as well as objectives. In addition, manufacturing, sales and development offices of dye-sublimation media for photo printers are located in Concord, North Carolina.
Its parent company, DNP was founded in 1876. At its 71 production plants, operations include commercial printing, packaging, decorative materials, electronics, business forms and imaging products. More than 25 years ago, DNP was one of the first organizations to pioneer dye-sublimation media. And is the oldest company to start business development in thermal transfer ribbons.