Jack Harris Joins PDR as North American Sales Manager

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PDR, a leading manufacturer of BGA rework systems, test and X-ray inspection systems since 1985, is pleased to announce that Jack Harris has joined the company in the role of North American Sales Manager. His decades of experience in the board repair business representing other leading manufacturers make him a natural choice to replace Dan Kelsey, who is retiring after a long and successful career in the electronics assembly business. 

Dave White, President of PDR stated: “The appointment of Jack Harris to the PDR family of global sales professionals is indicative of his alignment with PDR’s core values, mission and vision of the future. Jack’s appointment as North American Sales Manager is indicative of his professionalism, strength of character and technical acumen to help guide and serve customers in our industry when addressing challenging rework and X-ray applications.”

Harris comes on board at PDR with more than 35 years of experience in the industry, having served in the capacity of both independent representative and factory sales management executive over the course of many years. His experience, proven track record and commitment to serving customers is only surpassed by his ability to work hand-in-hand with top tier representative organizations to achieve successful sales outcomes.

A graduate of the University of Texas-Austin school of business, Harris brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this position and is looking forward to bringing PDR’s technology to new customers and supporting existing customers. He is located in the Dallas area and has served as the Vice President and President of the SMTA Dallas Chapter.



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