Inkcups Appoints New Vice President of Engineering

Press release submitted on behalf of Inkcups.

Inkcups, Danvers, Massachusetts, global printing industry leader, announced the appointment of Matt Medford as the company’s new Vice President of Engineering. Medford joins Inkcups’ Executive Team and will oversee the engineering department, ensuring that the company continues to drive innovation in industrial printing. He takes over from Mark Barrett, who retires in June.

Medford brings a wealth of experience in electromechanical design, development, and analysis to this vital role. He has worked in engineering roles for almost three decades, having begun his career at Siemens and GE. In his most recent position, at automation machinery manufacturer, Symbotic, he worked with both operations and installations teams to improve operational efficiency, product durability, and maintenance simplicity for components in an automated warehouse system.

He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University and a Master of Science in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Stanford University.

Rick Hajec, Inkcups CEO, comments: “Matt will be a vital member of our Executive Team, ensuring that Inkcups continues to innovate with market leading solutions that help our customers expand their capabilities. He will also bring his extensive experience in leading product teams to ensure machine quality and robustness through rigorous testing and continuous technical enhancement.”

About Inkcups
Inkcups is a leading supplier and manufacturer of digital inkjet equipment, pad printing equipment, laser platemakers and corresponding supplies, with direct sales, technical support and warehouse locations in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Hong Kong and other global locations. Inkcups manufactures high-quality industrial machines for a wide range of industries, including apparel, drinkware, promotional, electronic, medical, sporting goods and automotive markets. For more information, visit