Sono-Tek Appoints Director of Electronics & Advanced Energy


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Sono-Tek Corporation (OTC BB: SOTK) is pleased to announce the appointment of Brian Booth as the new Director of its Electronics & Advanced Energy Business Unit. In his new role, Booth will oversee a team of sales managers and technical sales personnel covering worldwide territories.

“As a manager, Brian has everything you could want - product knowledge, applications expertise and experience, and the ability to launch new products and complete projects from start to finish without complications,” said Bennett Bruntil, Sono-Tek’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

Sono-Tek’s Ultrasonic Electronics & Advanced Energy Business Unit sells ultrasonic coating equipment to the printed circuit board, semiconductor, and advanced energy and nanomaterials sectors.

Booth joined Sono-Tek in 2007 as a field service engineer and transitioned to regional sales manager in 2010. He has managed technical sales in Europe, the Middle East and Asia as well as coordinating training and communications with distributors in those territories. Booth received a technical degree in Avionics Electronics from the United States Marine Corps and served from 2002 – 2006.

About Sono-Tek Corporation

Sono-Tek is the world leader in the development and application of liquid ultrasonic atomization technology into nozzle systems and spraying and coating application systems. Compared to conventional pressure spraying methods, the company’s ultrasonic nozzles do not clog, reduce liquid usage, waste, and environmental impact while achieving much more precise, uniform, thin film coatings. Sono-Tek is continually developing new applications for its unique technology, replacing wasteful practices in a world that is growing ever more environmentally sensitive. For more information, click here.

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