Tim’s emphasis on improving productivity and quality, combined with his manufacturing and operating experience in the flexographic industry make him a great asset to our team and our clients.
Bryan, OH (PRWEB) April 05, 2016
The appointment of Tim Brannon as 3M Business Development Specialist for Anderson & Vreeland, leading manufacturer and distributor of flexographic plate processing equipment and materials, is announced by Joe Morgan, 3M Business Development Manager for Anderson & Vreeland Inc.
“Tim’s emphasis on improving productivity and quality, combined with his manufacturing and operating experience in the flexographic industry make him a great asset to our team and our clients,” said Morgan.
In his new position, Tim Brannon will offer sales and support of 3M industrial products for Anderson & Vreeland customers, including abrasives, adhesives, tapes, safety and general MRO supplies.
Mr. Brannon is a lean manufacturing specialist with over 35 years in the printing industry, starting as a press operator and working more recently as a production supervisor of flexographic presses.
He has managed many areas of operations, including I.S.O. Certification and Renewal, E.H.S. lead, Production planning, and Supervision.
Tim Brannon resides in Monroe, Ohio.
About Anderson & Vreeland, Inc.
Founded in 1961, Anderson & Vreeland has earned an international reputation as a leading provider of flexo prepress solutions for the graphic arts industry. The company offers a “systems” approach to conducting business by evaluating customer needs and offering the best solutions in the form of equipment, materials, training, and technology tailored for each customer. A&V supports these solutions with over 50 years of experience and a staff of technical sales representatives thoroughly knowledgeable about the fine points of flexo. The company’s substantial flexo experience and technical support sets it apart from other prepress suppliers. This experience and support results in smoother and easier integration of technical advancements affecting flexo prepress. Further information is available on the web at http://www.AndersonVreeland.com