The People of Printex

 

David Heller, President

As the son of Printex founder Joel Heller, David literally grew up in the packaging business, working in the factory during summer breaks. He attended Lehigh University where he obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Business and Economics, with a major in Accounting.

As his father's plastic packaging business grew, David decided to change careers and enter the family business. He began working in package design, where his strong math acumen helped him learn computer-aided design. He soon moved into account management where he liaisoned with sales, production, and customers, and developed a thorough understanding of workflow, from design to delivery. He later became a sales manager, and in 2003 was named company President.

Tom Vollmuth, Vice President, Operations

Tom has been in the packaging industry for 32 years, and recently marked his 25th year with Printex. As Vice President of Operations, Tom is responsible for manufacturing, shipping and safety standards. He has significantly streamlined operations in order to get customers products faster than ever before, reducing lead times from an average of 6-8 weeks to 3-5 weeks today. Tom received his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Government from New Yorks St. Lawrence University.

Rosemary Corsi, Account Manager

Rosemary began her career as an office manager for a manufacturer's representative firm. She came to Printex in 2001 as Purchasing Manager, building vendor relationships and negotiating pricing for the firm's entire needs, from raw material to office supplies. 

Today, as Account Manager, Rosemary interacts daily with our sales staff and our clients, ensuring that every order, from quote to delivery, achieves customer satisfaction. She received a degree in Business Administration from Suffolk Community College on Long Island, New York.

Alex Diaz, Structural Design Manager

Born in the Dominican Republic, Alex came to the United States in 1988, and began working in the Printex warehouse after graduating from high school in 1994. At the same time, he started studies in computers and graphic design. He was promoted to Floor Supervisor, where he learned about the complexities of the manufacturing process, as well as the capabilities of each machine. It was then he decided to forgo a computer career in favor of packaging design. 

Today, as Printex's Structural Designer for almost ten years, Alex works closely with our shop and our clients to create manufacturable, yet unique structures. He attended Suffolk Community College on Long Island, New York.