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Southwest Systems Technology (SST), the resource for electronic and semiconductor manufacturing in the Great Southwest and a premiere manufacturer’s representative for capital equipment, tools, consumables and ergonomic solutions, is pleased to announce that Scott Fillebrown has joined the company as general manager.
Fillebrown is the former chief technology officer and president/CEO of a high-technology design and EMS company.
Dee Claybrook, founder and CEO of SST, said, “Scott is a hands-on manager who takes the time to understand technology and the processes required so that SST delivers customers the best possible solution. Scott is responsible for the day-to-day operations of SST, including managing the sales team and working with principles and customers.” Claybrook continued, “Adding Scott allows me to focus more on selling and completes the vision of moving Southwest Systems into our 31st year of business and beyond.”
Adding professionals with years of industry experience is a strategy that began when Will Palser joined Southwest Systems earlier this year. Palser’s career background includes owning and running an EMS company located in Richardson, TX, with prior experience selling electronic components and sub-systems. Claybrook added that with the company’s associates in Austin, El Paso, McAllen and Guadalajara, it is moving into a renewed stage.
“With our collective knowledge of EMS manufacturing processes, coupled with Dee’s approach to long-term relationships, I believe the company’s future is very bright,” said Fillebrown.
About Southwest Systems Technology
Southwest Systems Technology, Inc., was founded in 1989 and sells products in both the electronic and semiconductor manufacturing industries. The company sells capital equipment, benchtop tools and manufacturing consumables, and its sales engineers are trained in the latest industry processes and technologies. With offices in Texas and Mexico, Southwest Systems Technology, Inc. covers the states of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and most of Mexico.