Kodak Alaris Powers Up China Business With Appointment of New Managing Director

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Ralf Gerbershagen, Chief Executive Officer of Kodak Alaris, is pleased to announce that Frank Le has been appointed Managing Director, Greater China.

Reporting directly into Ralf, Frank will lead Kodak Alaris’ business in Greater China and will be responsible for designing and executing the business strategy.

Frank brings with him more than 20 years of experience in creating profitable businesses in China, working for the likes of Motorola, Nokia, Samsung and AMD. Most recently he was Board Director and General Manager for Shenzhen Aisidi Corporation, a Chinese owned and operated business responsible for channel service, distribution, and sales of consumer communication electronic products.

Frank also brings with him a truly global business perspective having previously worked for American, European and Asian based companies.

According to Ralf Gerbershagen, “Frank is a key addition to our global team. I’m excited by our opportunity in Greater China and look forward to Frank bringing his extensive experience, energy and entrepreneurialism into our business.”

About Kodak Alaris

Kodak Alaris is a company that is passionate about using technology to transform organizations and improve people's lives across the planet. From our digital scanners and intelligent state of the art software services that power some of the world's largest companies to our photographic paper production, printing kiosks and suite of consumer apps, we help people capture and connect with the emotional moments that define all our lives.

We're on a mission to unlock the power of images and information for the world. We work behind the scenes, making the connections, pushing the boundaries of technology and helping consumers to make sense of and exploit the ever-expanding volume of data that is the hallmark of the 21st century.

The Kodak and Kodak Professional trademarks and Kodak trade dress are used under license from Eastman Kodak Company.

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