Marty Cansler

Managing Director

Sales and Marketing

mcansler@daetwyler.com

 

With well over 30 years of experience in the professional printing industry, including more than a decade working as a rotogravure press operator and 20 years in various roles within Daetwyler, Marty Cansler is a highly insightful and technically skilled resource for everyone Daetwyler serves. As Managing Director, he oversees multiple departments within the company, including the doctor blade division, other Daetwyler-manufactured press consumables and equipment, and the team of technical advisors and salespeople who work in the field with clients. Marty also manages relationships with key industry partners like Zecher, Rotoflex, and Renzmann, among others. Over the course of his career, Marty has become a trusted advisor to printing businesses of all kinds and sizes – including flexography, gravure, traditional offset, specialty, signage, packaging, publishing, and more. Clients greatly value his awareness and understanding when it comes to maximizing their return on investment through smart investments in equipment and proven techniques for operational and maintenance tasks.

One of Marty’s specialized areas of expertise is in gravure printing, with hands-on knowledge of all aspects of the printing process – from cylinder, to ink, to substrate, and everything in between. As well, Marty excels at training and educating others, having performed more than 750 training seminars during his years with Daetwyler, and he personally developed the training program used today by company field representatives. He is a recognized author within the industry for gravure techniques and best practices, and often speaks at events hosted by organizations such as the Gravure Association of the Americas (GAA) and the former Packaging and Label Gravure Association (PLGA).

Before joining Daetwyler in 1993, Marty worked as a press operator at RR Donnelley in North Carolina. It was during his time here that he completed an official apprenticeship with the state for rotogravure operations. He also holds an associate’s degree from Haywood Community College.

Marty Cansler