AIM Appoints Thomas Lai as Regional Sales Manager for South China


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AIM Solder has appointed Thomas Lai to the position of Regional Sales Manager for South China. Thomas will promote AIM’s full line of solder assembly materials to the company’s rapidly expanding customer base in China.

Thomas Lai is a degreed engineer with over four years of experience in the consumer electronics industry. He has excelled in a wide range of roles including sales, business development, project management and key account management. While responsible for sales in South China, Thomas’s focus on business development will allow him to provide the best service possible to customers.

“We are excited for Thomas to join our global sales team,” said David Suraski, AIM’s Executive Vice President, Assembly Materials Division. “China is a very important, expanding market for us.  I am confident that Thomas’s expertise will be a great addition to AIM’s sales and support network that is already in place.”

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