GURNEE, IL—As Domino continues to grow its digital printing business, Matt Condon and Dale Rawhoof discuss their promotion and transition to focus on developing and supporting the corrugated sector.
Matt Condon was promoted to business development manager, corrugated. He has been with Domino for more than 10 years, including roles as project manager, product manager and most recently OEM manager. Condon has an extensive 30-year background focusing on electronic and digital printing throughout his career. Prior to Domino, he held positions at Fujifilm Graphic Systems, London Litho and Scitex America. He has expertise in software applications, digital printing and traditional print. Matt is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in imaging and photographic technology.
“I am very excited. Domino enters this dynamic market segment with the new X630i digital aqueous inkjet corrugated press, utilizing a print engine has been developed from a proven, reliable inkjet platform. Couple that with our company which has over 40 years of innovation and continuous growth, is a global organization that is financially strong and stable, and provides local service and support to help our customers succeed. It’s a winning combination.”
Dale Rawhoof transitioned to technical product manager, corrugated. Rawhoof has been with Domino for 31 years, including roles as electrical technician, technical trainer and application specialist, project manager and most recently product manager. Rawhoof has been with the company his entire career—a team member of Domino for more than three decades.
Condon said, “Dale brings to this new role a wealth of experience in digital inkjet technology with an excellent background in working with and managing customers through new technology implementations. Dale’s past success makes him an excellent candidate for this new role.” Rawhoof added, “I am very grateful for the 30+ years I have been with Domino and I’m excited about my new role as technical product manager for our X630i press. I look forward to being part of the team that brings our proven digital technology to the corrugated market.”
On that subject of Domino bringing its digital technology to the corrugated market, Condon concluded, “Our customers are our business partners, and we take a 360 degree approach to facilitate and support positive and successful relationships to help them win, help them make more money, and help them increase their profitability. We do that within the labels sector, and we will do that within corrugated. Our customers success is paramount.”