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Digital Camera Success Leads to Dual Role for Kodak Manager

  • 12 May, 2004 09:02

<p>Melbourne, AUSTRALIA – May 12, 2004 – Kodak Australasia has appointed Mr Stephen Morley as its General Manager for Kodak’s Consumer &amp; Professional Imaging (C&amp;PI) division in Australia and New Zealand.</p>
<p>Mr Morley’s new role has been added to his existing responsibility as General Manager, Digital &amp; Applied Imaging (D&amp;AI), Australia and New Zealand.</p>
<p>Mr Francois Monet, Division Vice President, Digital and Film Imaging Systems, Greater Asia – C&amp;PI said, “Mr Morley’s expanded role is in recognition of his outstanding performance as Business Manager of D&amp;AI. Under his leadership for the past 18 months, Kodak has become Australia’s number one brand for both digital cameras and inkjet media. We are expecting our C&amp;PI business to grow further under his direction and he has the full support of Kodak’s leadership team to make this happen.”</p>
<p>The C&amp;PI and D&amp;AI businesses in Australia and New Zealand will continue to be managed as separate entities with Mr Morley identifying opportunities to leverage the two businesses and the best way to integrate them in the future. The C&amp;PI division markets films, professional cameras, minilab and kiosk applications and digital photo services, while the D&amp;AI division markets Kodak’s consumer digital cameras, accessories, printer docks and inkjet picture papers.</p>
<p>Mr Morley has been with Kodak for five years and has held a variety of positions in Kodak Europe before his posting to Australia in 2002.</p>
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<p>For further information, please contact:</p>
<p>Gabriel Wong / Maria Bonanni
Network Communications
Phone: (02) 8268 2200
Email: gabriel.wong@networkpr.com.au / maria.bonanni@networkpr.com.au</p>
<p>About Eastman Kodak Company and infoimaging
Kodak is the leader in helping people take, share, print and view images – for memories, for information, for entertainment. The company is a major participant in infoimaging, a $385 billion industry composed of devices (digital cameras and flat-panel displays), infrastructure (online networks and delivery systems for images) and services &amp; media (software, film and paper enabling people to access, analyse and print images). With sales of $13.3 billion in 2003, the company comprises several businesses: Health, supplying the healthcare industry with traditional and digital image capture and output products and services; Commercial Printing, offering on-demand color printing and networking publishing systems; Commercial Imaging, offering image capture, output and storage products and services to businesses and government; Display &amp; Components, which designs and manufactures state-of-the-art organic light-emitting diode displays as well as other specialty materials, and delivers optics and imaging sensors to original equipment manufacturers; and Digital &amp; Film Imaging Systems, providing consumers, professionals and cinematographers with digital and traditional products and services.</p>

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