Henk Mathijssen Joins the Balver Zinn Group as Area Sales & Support Manager


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The Balver Zinn Group a leading manufacturer of solder materials, announces the appointment of Henk Mathijssen to the position of Area Sales & Support Manager. Henk Mathijssen brings more than 25 years of electronics and soldering experience to the team.  

Henk Mathijssen previously served the Q.P.I. Group as Application Engineer. With his excellent knowledge and experience on solder processes he developed with the Q.P.I. team a complaint handling system for optimum high-end customer support. During the 7 years at Q.P.I. Henk developed an excellent knowledge on rigid-, flex-rigid and flex PCB technology. 

Henk has a mechanical and electronic background and began his career at Vitronics Soltec where he served for 18 years in various functions in the field of sales, application, engineering and customer support. 

Henk is a certified IPC-A-600 and IPC-A-610 Specialist and has conducted numerous process training en demonstrations worldwide. In his new position he will be responsible for assisting Balver Zinn Group customer with their process development needs in all types of soldering areas.   

About the Balver Zinn Group

Headquartered in Germany, the Balver Zinn Group has facilities in Europe, the United States, and distributors in all major areas of the world. Balver Zinn – Cobar product range includes: solder bar, solder wire, solder flux, gel flux, cleaner, solder paste, adhesives and miscellaneous services and soldering products. For information about the company’s complete range of materials, visit www.balverzinn.com or www.cobar.com

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