KYZEN’s Jason Schwartz Selected as a 2019 Emerging Leader


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KYZEN's southern regional sales manager, Jason Schwartz, has been selected as one of Production Machining’s 2019 Emerging Leaders.

These 20 professionals under the age of 40 are working hard to improve the future of manufacturing and are specifically blazing trails in the precision machined parts industry, educating students and colleagues along the way. These creative, driven, passionate, innovative and talented individuals are not only opening doors for themselves in their careers, but simultaneously opening doors for younger generations in the industry.

Schwartz has had to learn various cleaning applications for his position at PMPA technical member company KYZEN. His technical background in chemistry, and willingness to help the end-user investigate and resolve cleaning issues has given him a positive reputation among his peers and clients.

Schwartz has traveled long hours at night and on weekends to be at customer sites, forgoing his personal time. He constantly provides technical input to numerous requests that go beyond his job description. Schwartz provides extra services, such as free environmental consulting, to those who request assistance in understanding government regulations.

Every year, Production Machining selects industry leaders under the age of 40 who are striving to be the next generation of leaders and innovators, and recognizes them in the magazine.

About KYZEN

KYZEN is a global leader in providing environmentally responsible, RoHS compliant precision cleaning chemistries for industries ranging from electronics and advanced packaging to metal finishing and aerospace applications. Since its founding in 1990, KYZEN’s innovative cleaning technologies, scientific expertise and customer support have been repeatedly recognized with the industry’s most prestigious awards. For more information, visit www.kyzen.com.

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