21 October 2015
Heidelberg Canada releases details on relocation, new appointment
MISSISSAUGA—In August, Heidelberg Canada announced that its headquarters would be relocating to 5900 Keaton Crescent in Mississauga, ON. Now, more details have been released regarding the new facility.

The new building is nearly 500,000 sq. ft., with contemporary architecture and increased warehouse space. Heidelberg hopes the new space will translate to growth in the consumables and services markets. Heidelberg Canada is one of the first countries outside of Germany to position itself under the new Heidelberg corporate branding.

Harold Hoff, vp sales & service 
New leadership in Heidelberg Canada’s senior management team has also been announced. Harold Hoff has been appointed vice president, sales & service and Jason Roth will continue on in his role as vice president, finance & operations.

Hoff has 30 years of experience in Heidelberg’s service organization and will be responsible for sales, service and customer relations.

Roth, who has been with Heidelberg since 1997, will continue his responsibilities of finance, operations, logistics and warehousing.

Jason Roth, vp finance & operations
Hoff and Roth, will lead the day-to-day operations at Heidelberg Canada and will report to Juergen Grimm, president of Heidelberg Americas. The connection with Heidelberg Americas will give the Canadian segment direct access to the Print Media Center in Atlanta equipped with Heidelberg’s full portfolio of products, customer demonstration and training capabilities.

“As a sales and service unit of Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, Heidelberg Canada is the clear market leader in the Canadian print industry,” Hoff said. “With these new additions, the brand continues to show unparalleled support to its customers and the print industry at large.”
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