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MPS Systems Appoints Atze Bosma CEO

ARNHERN, THE NETHERLANDS | Atze Bosma was introduced to MPS by their new shareholders, ABN AMRO Participaties, who became a shareholder in MPS together with management in May 2018. With the acquisition by ABN AMRO Participaties (AAP), MPS entered a new growth phase to become a top-3 player in the market. Bosma succeeds Wim van den Bosch, who decided to continue his career outside of MPS as of Jan. 1, 2019. Bosma will lead MPS alongside Willem Huijink, CFO, effective Dec. 1st, 2018. 

Friso Janmaat, Managing Director of AAP comments, “Wim van den Bosch did an excellent job at MPS ensuring the organization was well-positioned for further global growth. We are thankful for his efforts over the past five years, and we trust Atze Bosma to be the right person to lead MPS towards an even stronger position in the printing industry.”

Bosma brings 30 years of management experience in the packaging, logistics and food industries, having previously worked for various (international) companies including Heineken, Florimex International and the Dutch Railways. Bosma has broad experience in leading transitioning companies, mostly in the role of CEO.  

“As I was looking for a new challenge in my career, when AAP approached me for this role at MPS, it was the right step for me to take,” comments Bosma. “MPS is a company with a great deal of potential, and I look forward to further unleashing its true value.” 

About MPS

MPS is a worldwide, well-known and high-quality brand of flexo and offset press solutions for label and flexible packaging printers. By providing extensive knowledge and world-class service to enhance the printing process, MPS helps customers excel. MPS has a team of experts when it comes to knowledge of the printing process and desired results in label and flexible packaging print runs. We share and apply our expertise every day, and can offer a specific solution for every customer.

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