Densigraphix Kopi Inc Announces New Ownership, New Executive Appointments and a Name Change

Montreal – May 6, 2014 – Densigraphix Kopi Inc (“Densi”) is pleased to announce that with the retirement of Densi’s founder and long-time chief executive officer Camille Cotran, Eric Melka has acquired 100% of the shares of Densi and has assumed the role of CEO.

Eric brings more than 20 years of executive management and business experience to his role as Densi’s CEO. He was most recently CEO of Redline Communications, where he successfully orchestrated a major corporate turnaround that reversed 10 years of losses and grew the company’s market value five-fold.  Before Redline, Eric was president of Telemedia, a major Canadian media company, where he managed several portfolio companies and directed their business strategies.  

Densi is also pleased to announce the appointment of Amir Rosenzweig as senior vice president business development.  Amir has more than 20 years of experience as a business executive in technology and consulting companies where he has led business development, operations, sales, marketing and finance teams.  Before joining Densi, Amir was senior vice president of sales and business development for Redline Communications, and prior to that was president of Alvarion Ltd and CEO at MTS.

A key addition to the executive team is Jane Todd, who joins Densi as chief financial officer. She brings strategic and financial leadership experience from her technology and manufacturing background, most recently as chief administrative officer of Redline Communications and senior vice president finance, and chief financial officer of SMTC Corporation, a global contract manufacturer. Prior to SMTC, Jane served as the CFO of a General Electric spin-off, Dell Canada, Beamscope and Azerty Inc.

“I am excited to be joining a company with a long history, great products and a solid reputation,” stated Eric Melka, Densi’s CEO.  “I am very pleased to be working with such a great team of people at Densi, and having a leadership team with this much experience will certainly accelerate our success in this next stage of our business evolution which starts today.”  

The new company name, Densi Corporation (Densi), is a shorter simpler name that symbolizes Densi’s commitment to a simple and clear strategy of business growth. The company will be growing its team, its geographic reach, its products and services and its customer base, all while maintaining its stated commitment to quality. This singularity of purpose and associated name change has also been reflected in an overhaul of corporate messaging beginning with a new website which can be found at
 “It’s an exciting time in our industry, with new technologies creating opportunities for new products and services,” added Melka. “I look forward to leveraging all the good things from Densi’s 35-year history and growing the company in new directions starting with a new name, a new website, a growing team and a new corporate image.”   
Densi will continue to be a leading provider of a full range of high quality consumable imaging supplies, including toner, cartridges, ink and parts for large copier/high volume network printers, with a team that makes the buying process simple and fast for over 2000 active reseller customers in more than 20 countries worldwide.  The name change and new website are effective immediately, and all future business activity will be undertaken with the new name.