John Brotherton Appointed Ramora Systems Sales Manager
AUSTIN, Texas — TonerPlus/ALBAAT announced that the Ramora Automated Ink Jet
Systems sales program will now be headed up by John Brotherton.
year has brought about multiple developments in the expanding line of Ramora
Systems that are revolutionizing the way in which industry members process
inkjets. “The market for this machine is enormous, and we’re really
excited about the response we’ve received from people industry-wide,” said
Brotherton. “It is the most efficient and polished machine in the industry, as
well as the most affordable.”
Mark Ansier, TonerPlus vice president and
managing director, said, “I am extremely confident about the transition that
John is making into our fast growing Ramora segment. For over a year now,
he has been our highest grossing salesperson and was my handpicked first choice
to become the project lead once our merger was complete.
“John has grown his
customer base extensively with excellent customer support and industry
knowledge. It has been my mission to find a passionate, tireless and
professional representative to carry this load. John has a wealth of industry
knowledge, especially in toner products and plastics. He has prepared for this
position over the past year by working with and learning all aspects of the
inkjet market. I am very grateful to have John as our lead RAMORA
In addition to the customizable assembly line Ramora CFR
Systems, TonerPlus/ALBAAT recently added the Ramora X Model to the lineup. The X
Model Systems are delivered complete with an integrated air compressor, Ramora
Speed Fill System and up to nine processing stations all contained within a
lightweight aluminum mobile cabinet.
“Our focus will be to
target established toner remanufacturers who are interested in integrating ink
jet processing into their business, office supply stores, and those who are new
to the industry and looking for a starting point.” said Brotherton.
Contact TonerPlus at (512) 339-8213.
This article originally appeared in the March 2002 issue of Recharger.