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BENTEC, “The Global Master Distributor for SMT Equipment,” announces that Scott Farrell joins their team after a successful history at Mirtec Europe Ltd.. Scott has been involved with Mirtec SPI and AOI automated inspection systems for more than 10 years and was part of the highly successful Mirtec Europe team.
“I am delighted to rejoin the team and continue my role of supporting the Mirtec product line in UK, Ireland & India as well as the other exciting opportunities that the Bentec product line offers,” said Scott Farrell.
The Bentec team has over 10 years selling and supporting the Mirtec line across UK, Europe, Middle East, S. Africa and India. Now they purely concentrate on the UK, Ireland and India for Mirtec, but they also have several exciting global distribution product lines as Bentec has offices strategically situated around the globe offering sales, support and sourcing for their distribution partners and customers.
“We are delighted to have Scott back with the team. His professionalism and exceptional customer support have been some of the foundations for the success we previously enjoyed together,” said David Bennett Managing Director, Bentec Ltd.
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