Koh Young America Strengthens Organization from Within and Opens the Doors for New Opportunities


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Koh Young, the industry leader in True3D measurement-based inspection solutions, truly values the contribution, experience, and loyalty of its employees. Koh Young is proud to announce it has promoted Heriberto Cuevas Velazquez to Regional Sales Manager, Mexico and Ramiro Mora will be the Mexico Applications Team Leader.

For over a decade with prominent electronic manufacturing service (EMS) provider in Mexico, Heriberto successfully implemented multiple programs to reduce downtime and improve productivity by analyzing manufacturing data and implementing corrective or preventative standards. Previously, as the Applications Engineering Project Manager at Koh Young America, Heriberto managed multiple customer implementation projects and helped increase the Koh Young team with cross-training and process standardization. Heriberto will become the Regional Sales Manager responsible for the “Bajio” territory, which covers parts of the states of Jalisco, Guanajuato, Queretaro, and Michoacan in Mexico.

Ramiro Mora will become the Applications Team Leader in Mexico. After 16 years with major Tier 1 EMS providers in Mexico, he transitioned to Koh Young America as a Field Service Engineer, and most recently an Application Engineer. Over the past 5 years, Ramiro has applied his proficiency in electronics manufacturing to help customers find ways to reduce costs and boost quality. A certified Green Belt with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a master’s degree specialized in productivity and quality, Ramiro will lead our Mexican team of applications engineers to help customers apply our inspection solutions more effectively and make life easier for them.

“When an organization promotes from within, no matter the level, employees can see that their input and experience are truly valued,” said Ramon Hernandez, Head of Sales and Service for Mexico & South America at Koh Young America. “Not only will these promotions strengthen our resolve to deliver best-in-class support to its customers, but it will also open doors for new growth and experience.”

Koh Young is always seeking top talent to continue building it best-in-class company and we are eager to talk with interested applicants. You can visit us on 24-26 January 2023 at IPC APEX EXPO in Booth 1116 at the San Diego Convention Center in California.

Additional content from Koh Young: 
The Printed Circuit Assembler’s Guide to… SMT Inspection: Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond by Brent Fischthal  
“Converting Process Data Into Intelligence” by Joel Scutchfield and Ivan Aduna, a free 12-part micro webinar series 
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