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Jeff Stadelman

Marketing Manager

Jeff Stadelman, marketing manager for Mactac® Distributor Products, has 27 years of experience serving the pressure-sensitive adhesive industry while at Mactac. His first six years were spent working in Mactac’s laboratory as a senior lab technician and chemist. For the past 21 years, Stadelman has been part of the Mactac Distributor Products commercial area, which produces wide-format digital media, overlaminates, mounting and marking films, screen printable media, and other pressure-sensitive vinyl solutions for the graphics industry. Stadelman’s expertise lies in the areas of new product development, marketing and sales of graphic products, technical writing and customer technical support.

As a technical marketing manager for Mactac Distributor Products, Stadelman is responsible for working with the research and development lab on developing new products; marketing these products; writing warranties, performance guides and technical papers; handling sales and customer training; obtaining product approvals in outside graphic venues; and claims resolution. Stadelman also assumed the role of marketing manager for Mactac’s REBEL® product line in 2013. His extensive experience with pressure-sensitive adhesives and graphic applications makes him an excellent source of information for customers, installers, industry partners and associations, and others within the industry.

Prior to joining Mactac, Stadelman held positions as laboratory manager at a specialized silicone rubber manufacturing plant and as a laboratory technician for a rubber-based, custom-compounding rubber manufacturer. He holds an associate’s degree in Chemistry from The University of Akron.