Fort Orange Press Names Bryan Dandurand to Senior Vice President of Operations
Albany, NY – Fort Orange Press is pleased to announce the hire of Bryan Dandurand as
Senior Vice President of Operations. Bryan comes to Fort Orange Press from Runbeck Election Systems, bringing over thirty years of experience in print manufacturing. Over the past ten years, Bryan has continued to be at the forefront of operational excellence, having pioneered the process and procedures of vote-by-mail ballot production.
Since 1905, Fort Orange Press has successfully printed election ballots in New York State. Today, Fort Orange Press continues to lead the way in ballot printing by delivering top talent resources, streamlined processes and exemplary technology in the
ever-growing vote-by-mail arena. The footprint of
Fort Orange Press continues to grow throughout the
United States, providing safe and secure vote-by-mail initiatives.
“I am excited to have Bryan join the Fort Orange Press team in this new role. Not only does Bryan bring 35 years of expertise in election ballot printing, he has significant experience in
vote-by-mail printing, inserting and mailing. Bryan fully understands and has mastered the necessary disciplines and operational procedures to keep Fort Orange Press at the forefront of error free vote-by-mail elections,” says Robert Witko, President and CEO.
Personally, Bryan enjoys catching up on binge-worthy series with his beloved wife and dog.
As new residents of the Northeast, they are excited to explore the region. Bryan is a devoted family man who enjoys spending quality time with his children and grandchildren. He is a strong chess player and has been known to challenge his coworkers to a game when the opportunity arises. “I am thrilled and honored to join Fort Orange Press. The company’s 118-year proven track record and continued commitment to the future of ballot production is a winning combination. I look forward to bringing my skills to Fort Orange Press and contributing to the continued growth and future success of the company,” says Dandurand.