Haeussler and Schostok join ColorGate sales team
Published: 7 November 2022 | No comments yet
Guido Haeu and Marius Schostok have joined ColorGate as part of its new sales team
Guido Haeussler and Marius Schostok have joined ColorGate as part of its new sales team.
The company has been supplying colour management and print data generation software for over 25 years. Its main product, Productionserver, is available in special versions for printing on decorative surfaces, textiles, ceramics and packaging.
Mr Haeussler has over 30 years of industry experience and a technical focus on wide-format printing and packaging printing. In his career, he has held a variety of positions in sales and marketing. During his 22 years at HP, Guido helped customers successfully implement digital printing projects. He now intends to use this experience to show ColorGate’s new and existing customers in the packaging industry ways to achieve greater efficiency and growth.
Mr Schostok has many years of practical experience and expertise in digital textile printing, especially in the direct-to-garment segment and the associated workflow solutions. Mr Schostok has also led many customer projects to success. His professional career includes positions at Gabler Druck- und Werbetechnikbedarf GmbH, Lockamp Vertriebs GmbH and, most recently, Smake IT GmbH.
At ColorGate, Mr Schostok will focus on Textile Productionserver, which enables colour and print quality on virtually all relevant DTG systems, including automatic white underlay for brilliant colours on dark textiles, and offers numerous options for connection to production and eCommerce workflows.
According to the company, he will also offer a range of flanking workflow and colour measurement technologies as well as consumables, including for digital transfer printing (DTF). ColorGate customers thus receive individually designed complete solutions for digital textile production.
Roger Albert, chief sales officer of ColorGate, said, ‘It is important to us to be able to talk to our current and future customers at eye level. This includes understanding the challenges our customers face in production.’