October 6, 2016
The largest manufacturer of aftermarket imaging systems and components is holding two events in each of the countries in the next week.
The company stated that the first seminar is taking place in Bucharest, Romania on 7 October and the second in Sofia, Bulgaria, on 15 October, with the former held in conjunction with its official resellers Timi, Toko and Sky Group. The Romanian seminar will also “feature presentations” from Cristian Bratan, Static Control’s Business Development Manager, while official Bulgarian resellers Arbikas and Toner Support “will assist in holding the seminar in Sofia”.
At this event, Static Control’s Sales Executive for Eastern Europe, Angela Shekyls, will also speak, while at both events, “cartridge demonstrations will be given” by the company’s Technical Support Specialist Alejandro Casillas, while ETIRA Secretary General Vincent van Dijk will also “participate on both days as a guest speaker”.
Andrzej Jaswin, Static Control’s Regional Sales Manager for Eastern Europe, commented: “Each Static Control seminar provides our customers with a comprehensive programme of product updates, industry news, technical demonstrations, and the unique opportunity to discuss their issues face-to-face with our sales and technical representatives.
He added he was “looking forward to two more productive events”, noting: “Static Control welcomes the opportunity to show our support to our customers in the Eastern European territories. These events came about due to the high level of interest from our customers and we will continue to host them wherever there is demand.”
The company added that “to find out more about Static Control’s seminar programme, or to suggest a location where you believe a future event should be held, please contact your Sales Representative”. The Recycler reported on the free seminars hosted by Static Control in 2014 and 2015, including events in Croatia and Serbia, Italy, Latvia, France, Romania, Poland and Greece in 2014; as well as Albania, Hungary (in issue 271) and Greece last year.