Murray Percival Appoints Mike Leeds as Business Development Manager


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Michigan headquartered, national electronics distributor Murray Percival Company is pleased to announce the appointment of Mike Leeds as the newest member of the Murray Percival technical sales team covering the Southern Ohio, Kentucky and Southern Indiana territory.

Previous to joining the Murray Percival team Mike worked as an account manager in the mechanical and industrial engineering industries with a proven record of success. Mike is thrilled to join the Murray Percival team and looks forward to a long and productive career with the experienced 58 year old company.

The President of the Murray Percival Co., Murray Percival Jr stated “We are excited and honored to have Mike join our team. He is family orientated, puts character first and will serve our customers and principals well. Welcome aboard Mike.”

The Murray Percival Company provides a wide array of equipment, process improvements and consumables to the printed circuit board assembly and repair industries.  Representing over 60 different manufacturers, they maintain a multi-state technical sales force and provide on-demand shipping of thousands of products throughout the continental United States from their Michigan based warehouse.

For more information about Murray Percival Company, click here.

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