MacDermid Alpha Electronic Solutions Announces New District Sales Manager for Southeast United States Region


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MacDermid Alpha Electronics Solutions, a global supplier of integrated solutions from our Circuitry, Assembly and Semiconductor divisions that provides unmatched capabilities in electronics design and manufacturing, announces the appointment of Karl Pfluke as District Sales Manager of the Southeast supporting the Alpha and Kester Assembly brands. 

Karl will work directly with MacDermid Alpha’s Assembly Solutions’ Channel Partners and Manufacturers’ Representatives to provide material solutions to the electronics assembly industry. Karl’s experience in soldering materials, stencils, thermal profilers, and nitrogen systems will be vital to growing the business and creating essential partnerships.

“We are very excited to see Karl join the MacDermid Alpha team,” said Keith Furr, Regional Sales Manager for USA and Canada. “Karl has more than 20 years of experience providing technical support for electronic assembly materials and equipment which will strengthen our relationships with Alpha and Kester product users and will help our partners and customers meet their current and future strategic objectives.”

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