Firstronic Names Kurt Rich Business Development Manager


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Firstronic has named Kurt Rich as business development manager. Previously, he served as a business development manager at Fabrinet.

"Kurt has over two decades of EMS sales experience, predominately in multinational EMS companies. He was a business development manager at EPIC Technologies and was instrumental in developing key accounts in the medical and industrial sectors, which are key target sectors for Firstronic, as well," said John Sammut, president and CEO. "His combination of extensive industry relationships and ability to construct a compelling technical solution as part of the quoting process makes him a key addition to our team."

Rich was earlier associated with Sanmina, Milwaukee Electronics, EPIC Technologies, Coraza Systems Elamex and IEC Electronics in a variety of sales and sales management positions.

He received his B.A. degree from Thiel College and has pursued studies toward an Executive M.B.A. degree at the University of Buffalo.

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