Edward Cherizola Joins Technica USA

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Technica, U.S.A. (Technica), a leading electronics industry representative and distributor, announced on January 4th, the hiring of Edward Cherizola as SMT Account Manager responsible for the sales and support in Northern California and Northern Nevada.

Technica represents many market-leading SMT and PCB Fabrication products in defined territories across the U.S. and has consistently provided customers with information and support that allows them to make informed investments in equipment and processes.

Jeff Forster, SMT Sales Manager for Technica USA noted, “we are very pleased to have Ed join our Team. Ed brings a substantial amount of SMT experience to our company from his work with some of the leading Global SMT/EMS companies in Northern CA. His background in applications, process and manufacturing engineering, as well as project and quality management will allow Ed to bring a great deal of value to our customers and supply partners.”

For more information about Technica, U.S.A., contact Jeff Forster, SMT Sales Manager at 1-408-240-5950 or visit www.technica.com.


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