ZESTRON Americas Expands Sales Team

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ZESTRON is pleased to announce the addition of Nick Iwata as the new Western Regional Sales Manager.

"Mr. Iwata is an excellent addition to our global team," says Sal Sparacino, sales and marketing manager, ZESTRON Americas. "His technical experience and management skills are essential to supporting our growing customer base in the Western region."

Iwata joins ZESTRON with an established background in customer support and training, strategic account management, and new business development in the electronics industry. In his new position, Iwata will be responsible for creating new business opportunities, while attending to the requirements of current customers. His industry knowledge will be vital in expanding our technology offerings to the market. Most recently, he worked as an Area Sales Manager for Wurth Electronics Midcom.


Headquartered in Manassas, Virginia, and operating in more than 35 countries, ZESTRON is the globally leading provider of high precision cleaning products, services and training solutions for the electronics and semiconductor manufacturing industries. With seven worldwide technical centers and the largest team of engineers focused on high precision cleaning, ZESTRON’s commitment to ensuring that its customers surpass even the most stringent cleaning requirements is without equal.

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