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Bertram Stausberg Appointed As New CEO Of Bertelsmann's Printing Unit

Bertelsmann AG said Bertram Stausberg will be the new chief executive officer, or CEO, of the independent print unit being established by Bertelsmann. Stausberg will report to Bertelsmann CEO Thomas Rabe.

Prinovis's shareholders have agreed that he will simultaneously hold the position of CEO of the gravure printing company Prinovis. At present, Stausberg is managing director of Prinovis's northern German sites at Ahrensburg and Itzehoe, and the plant in Dresden.

Stausberg began his career in 1996 as assistant plant manager at Gruner Druck Itzehoe (now Prinovis Itzehoe). After that, he held successive management positions in the technical departments, and was eventually promoted to production manager. In 2006, he became head of production and engineering at Prinovis Ahrensburg. In 2009, he was appointed chief technology officer at Prinovis Nuremberg. Since 2010, he has been responsible for the Prinovis sites in Ahrensburg and Itzehoe as their managing director, and since 2011 has additionally been in charge of Prinovis Dresden's business.

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