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Kornit Digital appoints Buck Kim as Asia Pacific chief
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Apr '16
Courtesy: Kornit Digital
Courtesy: Kornit Digital
Israel-based Kornit Digital, a global market leader in digital textile printing technology, has announced the appointment of Buck Kim as President of Kornit Digital's Asia-Pacific region.

In this capacity, Kim will oversee all of Kornit Digital's operations in his territories. He follows Eyal Manzoor who was recently appointed as President Kornit in Europe, Middle East and Africa, the company said in a press release.

Kim joins Kornit from Nova Measuring Instruments, where he managed the Asia-Pacific business for more than ten years. Prior to joining Nova, Kim held several general management and service management roles in the region on behalf of leading semiconductor solution providers, such as Lam Research, PRI Automation, Varian and Advanced Energy. He holds a Master of Science Degree from the University of California, Davis, an EMBA Master Degree from the National Chengchi University, Taiwan and a Bachelor's Degree from the Feng Chia University, Taiwan.

Sarel Ashkenazy, Kornit Digital's EVP of Sales, commented: “We are extremely pleased to have a proven and inspired leader like Buck in charge of our very important Asia-Pacific region. Buck's appointment is another important step in solidifying and expanding our growth strategy and our customer focus. As part of this change, Eyal Manzoor has moved to become President of our EMEA region and will bring his vast knowledge and experience in growing Kornit's business in Asia to the important EMEA region. I would like to thank Eyal for his leadership of Kornit Digital Asia Pacific over the last several years. Eyal has done a great job and leaves behind him an amazing leadership team and a great group of employees who I am sure will warmly welcome Buck.” (SH)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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