Fujifilm Europe is pleased to announce the appointment of Raynald Barillot as Category Manager, Digital Packaging, EMEA, reporting to Manuel Schrutt, Head of Packaging, Fujifilm EMEA. Within this role, Barillot will manage Fujifilm’s digital packaging product portfolio.
Barillot has more than 29 years of experience working within the packaging industry in France, across companies including Brodart Packaging, SAC Emballlages, UNI Packaging, Landa Digital Printing, Schur Flexibles Group and HP.
Raynald’s position will be integral to Fujifilm developing its digital packaging division across EMEA. The role will involve working closely with both Manuel and the sales team to develop and implement strategies for business growth. Raynald will support customers, prospects, partners and the sales teams with all technical and product related topics, including support for exhibitions, demos and events.
Raynald Barillot comments: “I am excited to be joining Fujifilm and embarking on this new chapter in my career. Digital is undoubtedly a big growth area within the market, and I see Fujifilm as a game changer within this field, following the launch and development of the Jet Press 750S High Speed Model the 42K Printbar system and the soon to be launched Jet Press FP790 specifically. I am looking forward to bringing my expertise and knowledge to the role, as well as contributing to the growing success of Fujifilm’s business.”
Manuel Schrutt, Head of Packaging, Fujifilm EMEA, comments: “Raynald joins us with a very deep background of analogue and digital packaging production and will add very valuable additional knowledge to our growing team. He is well known and respected within the packaging sector, and was one of the first people in the industry driving the analogue to digital conversion by implementing one of the world´s first digital machines into the flexible packaging industry. This experience will help Fujifilm and even more our customers, to drive the analogue to digital conversion. Raynald’s appointment marks another step forward in the evolution of Fujifilm’s wider packaging strategy.”