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Saki Corporation, an innovator in the field of automated optical and X-ray inspection equipment, is delighted to announce the appointment of Daniel Laue as Regional Sales Manager for Germany. Daniel will offer technical sales for Saki's full range of 3D solder paste inspection (SPI), automated optical inspection (AOI), and automated X-ray inspection (AXI) equipment and software solutions to German customers.
Driven by market growth and Saki’s strengthening position in the German-speaking region, Saki is expanding its direct sales force and adding further technical sales expertise to complement the business development activities of Saki’s long standing distribution partner Selecs. In his role as Regional Sales Manager, Daniel is responsible for sales growth and key customer account management in Germany to help the company further develop its presence in the region.
Daniel has over 15 years technical sales experience in the electronics manufacturing industry, holding key account management positions with a focus on the provision of inspection and measurement solutions to customers in sectors such as automotive, industrial, medical, and consumer electronics.
“I am pleased to welcome Daniel to our European Sales Team. His extensive industry knowledge, strong customer relationships and specialist expertise for inspection equipment will further enhance our commitment to providing support at the highest level to our German-speaking customers”, said Jarda Neuhauser, General Manager Saki EU. Tatsunori Muroya, Chief Sales Officer at Saki Corporation added: “The addition of Daniel to our European sales team further reflects our commitment to continuously invest in our strong and skilled global team to help meet the growing demand for Saki products & solutions. Furthermore, it supports our investment activities and initiatives in other areas such as our new European Solution Center in Prague and the future-oriented partnership with ASM Assembly Systems that advances the adoption of Smart Factory technologies.”