DDM Novastar Welcomes John Malboeuf to the Team


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DDM Novastar is very happy to announce the return of John Malboeuf. After a brief departure from the industry and the company, Malboeuf is excited to be back leading DDM Novastar's business development, channel management and market support strategies, as the company's vice president of global sales.

Malboeuf brings 34 years of customer support and sales management experience, successfully building sustaining value-add relationships with numerous clients in the semiconductor, electronics, telecom, medical device, and appliance industries.

Malboeuf and team are responsible for expanding DDM Novastar's long-standing work in collaborative design, development, and manufacturing to best serve our customers' current and future needs.

On his appointment, Malboeuf commented, "DDM Novastar is an energetic and dynamic team. I am excited to rejoin such a talented and customer-focused organization. I look forward to working again with our many customers on their SMT and production assembly requirements."

His enthusiasm, professional integrity and sense of humor bring an exciting opportunity for DDM Novastar to strengthen the company's position in the SMT market and fulfill its mission.

Stop by and visit Malboeuf at DDM's IPC APEX EXPO booth (1936) on February 27 to March 1, in San Diego.

About DDM Novastar, Inc.

With over 26,000 SMT and PCB assembly systems sold, DDM Novastar is a leading USA manufacturer of OEM equipment for the short to medium run production environment. Since our introduction of the first Through Hole Lead-forming and Component Counter products in 1982, DDM Novastar has remained an industry leading innovator. By offering our customers the most reliable, easy-to-operate, easy-to-service, and lowest total cost of ownership “turn-key” SMT OEM systems available today, our commitment is to be your primary source for the most comprehensive range of solutions for prototyping, pilot manufacturing, and low to medium run high mix applications. DDM Novastar’s unparalleled array of stencil printers, automated pick and place, reflow and batch ovens, selective and wave solder equipment is backed by superior technical support and can accommodate the most demanding applications with absolute precision. For more information, click here.

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