Indium's Theo Ruas Promoted to Global Sales Manager, Metals and Compounds

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Indium Corporation is pleased to announce that Theo Ruas has been promoted to the role of Global Sales Manager, Metals and Compounds.

In his new role, Ruas leads all aspects of global sales for Metals and Compounds, including gallium tri-chloride, high-purity indium, and the reclaim of indium, gallium, and tin. He also supports product management with market information for the development of new technologies.

Ruas ensures a healthy sales opportunity funnel and progress, engages with the company’s largest customers, and manages pricing. He also leads and develops the global sales team and channel partners, works closely with product management and marketing on strategies and promotional activities, and collaborates with manufacturing teams to ensure that capabilities and capacity are in place to meet and exceed customer expectations. 

Ruas joined Indium Corporation in 2020 as a Field Sales Representative based in Italy. He holds a mechanical engineering degree with a focus on surface plasma treatment from the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil.




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