Z-AXIS Names WEST-TECH as New Rep


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Z-AXIS, Inc. of western New York has signed an agreement with WEST-TECH, L.P. to represent Z-AXIS in the northeastern USA and Canada.

WEST-TECH will introduce Z-AXIS’ electronic product design and contract manufacturing services to an extensive network of customers in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, Ontario and Quebec.

WEST-TECH President Rob West said, “As an engineering-focused company, Z-AXIS shares my business philosophy of working closely with design engineers to provide technical solutions. I am excited to be able to offer their expert design and contract manufacturing services to my customers.”

“Z-AXIS is adding capacity and has tremendous opportunity to grow by reaching more customers throughout the northeast,” said Z-AXIS President Michael Allen. “Rob has the engineering background, the experience, and most importantly the desire to understand what customers really need and to find the best solutions for them. I’m pleased to extend our sales team’s reach while maintaining our commitment to personal attention and problem-solving for all our customers.”  

Rob West has a BS in Electrical Engineering and an MBA, and a strong background in transformers and magnetics for electronic products.  He has been a manufacturer’s representative for more than 18 years. 

About Z-AXIS

Z-AXIS Inc. provides quality electronic product design, prototyping and electronics contract manufacturing services for complex printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) products. The company offers fast design turnaround, competitive NRE charges, rapid production and low freight costs from its 32,000 square foot, ISO9001:2015 certified design and manufacturing center near Rochester, NY. Z-AXIS also designs, manufactures and sells commercial, medical and industrial power supplies under its Bear Power Supplies brand.

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