Horizon Sales Hires a New Regional Sales Manager


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Electronics assembly and soldering equipment supplier Horizon Sales has hired Ken DeVries as a regional sales manager to cover Eastern Michigan, Northern Ohio, North Western PA, and N. Indiana.

DeVries brings 25 years of experience in specialty sales and customer service, as well as management and SMT line experience. He holds a BA in Communications from The University of Detroit Mercy. Prior to his position with Horizon, he worked for a tier 1 automotive electronics supplier in the Greater Detroit area. DeVries resides in Fenton, Michigan with his wife and two children. He is an avid movie enthusiast and enjoys kayaking, canoeing, and coaching his son's baseball team.

"We are very pleased to have Ken join our growing team of sales professionals," commented Dave Trail, President of Horizon Sales.  "His extensive background in sales management and customer service, along with his desire to work closely with our customer base, should serve him well in his role as Regional Sales Manager with Horizon Sales."

For over 25 years, Horizon Sales has continued to stay a step ahead of the ever-changing technology curve within the SMT and electronic assembly industry. When customers are ready to rise to the next level in their technology and manufacturing skill set, Horizon Sales is there and fully prepared to offer a full line of solutions for their needs.

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