Nordson ASYMTEK Expands America's Sales Team


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Nordson ASYMTEK, a Nordson company, has expanded and restructured its Americas sales team. Per Orla-Jensen has assumed the role of general manager of the Americas sales and support teams. He brings years of experience to his new role having worked closely with global product and marketing management and our applications and technical support teams in Europe.

Russ Horne has been promoted to the position of sales engineer, where he will focus on the eastern region of the United States. Horne started with Nordson in 1998, focusing on dispensing and conformal coating applications. He then moved into a technical service role supporting customers in the field. He brings a unique perspective to customer requirements, building strong relationships, and offering superior solutions.

Marc McCormick has been promoted to technical product specialist for the Americas. He has been with Nordson ASYMTEK for 13 years serving customers directly, and is recognized for his excellent customer support and issue resolution skills. McCormick will support the sales team to ensure that we meet customer requirements while delivering effective solutions.

Terry Wilde continues in the role of regional sales manager for Mexico, where he works with customers from design-for-manufacturing through application support. Chris Heesch continues in the role of district sales manager for the southwestern region of the United States and north east region of Mexico. Heesch will continue to cover Nordson ASYMTEK dispensing and conformal coating systems and Nordson DIMA hot bar soldering systems.

The America's sales team is rounded out by three highly experienced salesmen. Roy Ciardella, who has been with Nordson ASYMTEK for over 30 years, covers the northwestern region of the United States and British Columbia; Jerry Frost, who has been with Nordson for 28 years, covers the central United States and Canada; and Bernie McHugh, who celebrated his 37th anniversary with Nordson in January 2017, covers the eastern region of the United States.

The teams extensive technical, engineering, and applications knowledge bring great insight to our customers when selecting the appropriate dispensing, conformal coating, and hot bar equipment.

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