Foster Innovative Technology Hires Ryan Schurr in Oregon


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Foster Innovative Technology (FIT), a premier manufacturers’ representative company serving the Pacific Northwest, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ryan Schurr. Schurr will cover the state of Oregon.

“We are pleased to have Ryan join FIT,” stated Todd Foster, Owner. “His experience and focus on serving customers will further enhance our ability to provide industry leading manufacturing solutions.”

Schurr has been in outside sales for more than 15 years, six of which have been focused on electronic manufacturing. He enjoys spending time with his family, watching sports, traveling, and working out with his wife. 

FIT has more than 20 years of experience serving the electronics assembly market, with a mission of providing world-class solutions that are the optimal FIT for numerous applications. The company’s territory includes the states of Oregon, Washington, Idaho and British Columbia. 

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