West-Tech Materials Expands Sales Engineering Staff to Support Medical Market


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Charlie_Stromwall.jpgCelebrating their 26th year in business, West-Tech Materials has expanded its sales engineering staff to cater to the growing medical device market.

“Business continues to grow in the medical device market, requiring us to expand our sales and engineering resources,” says Rick Campo, West-Tech president and founder.

Greg_McKay.jpgWest-Tech has added Charlie Stromwall as sales engineer covering Northern California and the Northwest States. In addition, Greg McKay, a seasoned medical device engineer, has joined the company as business development manager for medical products. He will cover Southern California, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico.

Stromwall and McKay will be supporting the engineering development and sales efforts for the manufacturers that West-Tech Materials represents, including, Cirtec Medical, Laserage Technologies, Avicenna, TSE, MTD Micromolding, and Deringer Ney.

About West-Tech

West-Tech Materials was founded by Rick Campo in 1992.  Over the past 24 years, the company has focused on providing product and technology solutions to the electronics and medical device markets in the Western United States, with a focus in California.  With the addition of the Stratesys Group in 2016, West-Tech Materials has two functioning business units, the Medical Products Division and the Electronics Assembly Division.

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