South-Tek Systems Appoints Ron Torenko as Mexico Sales Rep


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South-Tek Systems, the world's leading designer and manufacturer of nitrogen generation technology, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Ron Torenko, principal of Torenko & Associates, as their manufacturer’s rep covering Mexico.

“Torenko & Associates has been specializing in capital equipment since 1977,” commented Mr. Torenko. “This gives our principals the advantage of our people spending 100 percent of their time on selling equipment and not being diverted to consumables.”

Over its 42 years in business Torenko has established strong relationships with its accounts and developed a reputation for being a leader in technology in the Mexico region.

“Mr. Torenko and his team have an excellent reputation and long history in the region. We believe Torenko & Associates’ expertise in technology and capital equipment will be a great addition and a valuable asset in expanding South-Tek’s reach in the area,” said Danny Woodlief, Electronics Lead at South-Tek.

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