Interview with Brother at FESPA Global Print Expo 2022

by FESPA Staff | 08/07/2022

We speak to Folker Stachetzi, Marketing Manager and Tim Rahlert, Product Manager (Industrial Printing) at Brother during FESPA Global Print Expo 2022 at Messe Berlin.

Folker discusses the new change in product management in the business and comments "FESPA is one of the biggest and most important fairs in the world and we want to continue this partnership. We feel like we have grown up with FESPA, from the beginning we were there and it is clear for us this relationship is shown by our sposorship." Tim shares information on the newly launched GTX600 and the Brother Myze software solution as well as Brother's plans for the year and 2023.

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