Nipson SAS has guaranteed its long term, strategic plans with the

announcement of a new shareholding structure. Creacorp, a major shareholder, who has been reorganizing the company since 2008, has sold its stake to Loic Dufeil, Director of the company ADT and

to Guillaume Dumarey, currently Marketing and Sales director of Nipson SAS. Ghislain Segard who has been instrumental in the reorganisation remains as President. Nipson Digital Printing Systems (NDPS)

which entered administration in 2009 now has no involvement with the new organisation.

Nipson SAS is now the parent company to all the worldwide subsidiaries.

After a challenging 2009, the first quarter of 2010 has seen encouraging signs of recovery for the French based manufacturer. Increases in worldwide orders and customer production, along with new product

launches has created a solid foundation for the continuation of the company's long term plans.

As Guillaume Dumarey says "This restructuring affirms Nipson's long term commitment to its customers and employees and I am absolutely confident the company will go from strength to strength. I think our

start to 2010 really shows this and our excitement at moving forward will be fully on display at IPEX next month!".

Loic Dufeil, is a veteran of the French printing industry and brings vast experience of service and software. It is anticipated that his company's software solutions will be integrated into the Nipson SAS

portfolio later in the year.

Nipson will be demonstrating a range of applications and solutions at IPEX 2010 including its new patented fluorescent toner, from May 18th to 25th, Nipson will be located in Hall 12 stand C116.

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