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KIC today announced the expansion of BarTron, Inc.’s sales territory to include the states of Ohio, Kentucky and Western Pennsylvania. BarTron has been representing KIC in Michigan for more than 20 years, and with this expansion, BarTron’s Nick Papp and Matt Bonweg (who is a former decades-long KIC user), will represent KIC products. BarTron is a manufacturers’ representative firm, representing companies supplying equipment and consumable supplies to the electronics assembly and related industries.
Bob Papp, President of BarTron said: “As a KIC partner for more than 20 years in Michigan, BarTron is excited to be able to offer KIC’s industry-leading products and technology to our customers in Ohio, Western Penn and Kentucky.”
Karl Pfluke, KIC Regional Sales Manager for Eastern USA and Canada, stated: “BarTron has successfully represented KIC products within their territory, and has a strong understanding of where our automatic systems fit within the customer base. I am excited to see them grow into their new territory and as a KIC partner.”
BarTron’s goal is to assist and solve its customers’ process and manufacturing challenges. The firm does this by utilizing the knowledge and expertise of its supplier partnerships. For more information, visit www.bartroninc.com.
For more information about KIC, visit www.kicthermal.com
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