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Océ appoints new Oceania region chief

Digital imaging and industrial printing company Océ Australia has appointed Craig Nethercott as managing director for the Oceania region.

Nethercott joins Océ — a Canon group company — with more than 17 years’ experience in the print industry, having held several senior positions in Canon and Océ in the UK where he worked across various business functions including sales, services and marketing.

He began his career in the production printing industry, and was previously director of the commercial print group at Canon UK and Ireland for more than four years – focusing on cross-functional capabilities, talent development, and strategic planning.

Nethercott will officially take up the role on 1 October and, from now, will spend time setting up the organisation and working  alongside the Canon Australia team to ensure a smooth transition for customers and employees.

Anton Schaaf, chief executive and president of Océ globally, said, “Australia and the wider Oceania region is a unique and strategically important market for us.

“With nearly two decades of valued experience across the business, Craig will play a pivotal role in delivering strong results while continuing to put our customers and employees at the centre of what we do.”

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