WittcoSales Promotes Todd Wittmer to President


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WittcoSales has announced that Todd Wittmer has been promoted to President, effective immediately. Tom Wittmer remains with the company as CEO. The dynamic father and son team will continue supporting the SMT and micro-electronics markets with equipment and consumables allowing their customers to meet the challenging technology of today and the growth of tomorrow.

Originating in hospitality, Todd truly believes in the credo of WittcoSales, started by his father, Tom Wittmer, 30 years ago. Tom Wittmer stated: “Our mission is to provide the right manufacturing solutions before the sale, and excellent ongoing service and support after the sale. Helping you succeed is our goal. Since joining the company seven years ago, Todd has really embraced our customers, our company's culture and the constant growth of our industry.”

WittcoSales, Inc. offers high quality capital equipment and electronics consumables for the always-changing technology of the industry. The team takes pride in its long-term relationships with its customers and extensive history of service to the electronics industry.

Team Wittco provides first-class representation in the Southern California, Southern Nevada, Tijuana, Mexicali and Baja California areas. WittcoSales takes pride in providing its customers with knowledge and ongoing support that meets their needs.

About WittcoSales

WittcoSales offers a full range of state-of-the-art capital equipment and electronic consumables used in SMT and microelectronics processes. For more than 30 years, the firm has provided expert service and the most advanced electronic solutions, from single machines to full lines. WittcoSales has customers within the medical, industrial and aerospace electronics industries, including Qualcomm, Boeing, Raytheon, Skyworks and General Atomics.

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