Yamaha Names Kamil Stasiak Product Marketing Manager for SMT Section

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Yamaha Motor Europe SMT Section has appointed Kamil Stasiak as Product Marketing Manager to promote the complete portfolio of inline surface-mount assembly equipment and solutions including software applications to enhance productivity. A 10-year veteran of the surface-mount industry, with Yamaha since 2014, Kamil has moved from his previous post in business and sales support to take over the position.

“It’s an exciting time to be at Yamaha,” he said. “Our product range is evolving quickly, adding more for users to extend their capabilities and increase speed and efficiency. This is a great opportunity for me to work even more closely with our customers, distributors, Yamaha Marketing Communications department and sales teams to keep moving forward together.”

“Kamil has impressed with his skills and dedication from the time he joined us, and has grown with the company,” commented Daisuke Yoshihara, General Sales Manager at Yamaha Motor Europe, Robotics Division. “He has the ideal qualities for his new role and is sure to realise even more of his potential.”

Yamaha has recently introduced important new inline machines and major software updates with state-of-the-art graphics and data analytics. The latest generation of assembly equipment includes the YSP screen printer with fully automated stencil changeover, the YRM20 high-speed mounter with single high-speed rotary head and advanced motion control, and the YRi-V 3D AOI with enhanced optics and auto program generation. Connected together in the unique 1 STOP SMART SOLUTION that shares real-time process and diagnostic data for maximum productivity, and with YSUP factory software tools, Yamaha’s portfolio is continuously adding new features ready for customers to achieve their next manufacturing targets.


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