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IPTE is expanding its sales activities in four European regions. A new sales representative each has started in Germany, France, and Hungary/Romania as well as for the Nordic countries.
At IPTE Germany GmbH, Bastian Uhlig is the new member of the sales team. He is responsible for sales of the complete IPTE portfolio in the region of southern Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Uhlig has experience in sales of technical products of the automation and automotive industry.
Sébastien Hardier is a sales manager in France. He was active for IPTE during the last eight years as project manager. Hardier has experience in development of mechanical products and project management.
For Hungary and Romania, Jordy Vanden Eynde is the new member of IPTE's sales team. Vanden Eynde has a degree as Master of Science in electro-mechanics and experience in technical sales and after sales for several technical industries.
New in sales in the Nordic countries (Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway) is Risto Korhonen. Korhonen has been working for more than 25 years in electronic production in different positions, including field service and sales. He has excellent knowledge of SMD placement, radial and axial placement, wave soldering, reflow soldering, laser marking and de-paneling.
IPTE was founded 1992 in Belgium. IPTE is a worldwide supplier for individual, flexible and high-technology automated product equipment. The company designs standard machinery and turnkey-automation systems of all kinds for production, test and further processing of printed-circuit boards, as well as of board assemblies and final products. IPTE runs eleven sites in Europe, America and Asia with currently more than 800 employees. The IPTE Group's client list includes considerable manufacturers of the telecommunications industry, the consumer electronics branch, the industrial and motor vehicle electronics as well as producers from the assembly technology and the manufacturing sector. IPTE’s headquarters is located in Genk, Belgium. Other important sites are located in Germany and France.
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