*NEWS*LEXMARK’S NEW PRES. IN ASIA PACIFIC

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*NEWS*LEXMARK’S NEW PRES. IN ASIA PACIFIC

 user 2005-09-02 at 11:34:00 am Views: 82
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    Lexmark names new president and general manager of Lexmark Asia Pacific

    Australia, September,
    2005 – Lexmark International, Inc. has named David Chan as president
    and general manager of Lexmark Asia Pacific, based in Singapore.

    In his new role, Chan will be responsible for driving all aspects of
    Lexmark’s strategy and operations throughout the region. Chan will
    report to David Goodnight, Lexmark vice president of Asia Pacific and
    Latin America.

    Chan joins Lexmark with more than 25 years of experience in senior
    Asian positions within IT companies in Asia Pacific. Chan started his
    career with IBM in Singapore and spent 15 years there. He was the
    general manager of products and services when he left IBM.
    Subsequently, he then joined Dell as the vice president for Asia for
    five years and also started Dell business including manufacturing
    operations in China. His last job prior to Lexmark was with EMC where
    he joined them as the vice president for Greater China and Southeast
    Asia.

    “David’s extensive background in top-level, innovative IT companies
    will allow him to be a strong leader and to drive our fundamental
    business strategies within the region. He holds the knowledge and
    expertise to understand what our customers really want: solutions and
    simplicity,” said Goodnight, Lexmark vice president of Asia Pacific and
    Latin America.

    About Lexmark Lexmark International, Inc. makes it easier for
    businesses and consumers to move information between the digital and
    paper worlds. Since its inception in 1991, Lexmark has become a leading
    developer, manufacturer and supplier of printing and imaging solutions
    for customers in more than 150 countries. Lexmark reported $5.3 billion
    in revenue in 2004.