BTU Appoints New Regional Sales Manager


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BTU International, Inc., a leading supplier of advanced thermal processing equipment for the electronics manufacturing market, is pleased to announce the appointment of Brandon Hannaman as its new regional sales manager. Based out of Arizona, he will cover Arizona, Southern California and Mexico.

Hannaman has been in the industry for more than 18 years. He has experience as a field service technician, IT manager, and most recently product manager, managing capital equipment sales and new product development for customers. Hannaman has a deep knowledge of semiconductor and electronics assembly capital equipment providers and wide industry exposure.

“With his in-depth experience, Brandon will be able to expand BTU’s market, support our manufacturers’ representatives well, and respond to all customer requirements on their reflow and thermal processing needs in his territory,” said Paul Lancaster, director of sales, Americas.

For more information about BTU International, visit www.btu.com.

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