ACDi Announces Addition of Tom Dykeman as VP of Sales


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ACDi, an electronics manufacturing services provider headquartered in Frederick, MD, has appointed Tom Dykeman as Vice President of Sales. In the role of Vice President of Sales, Tom will be responsible for the leadership of the ACDi sales team that includes direct and indirect sales personnel developing new business opportunities that strategically align with the long-term goals of senior management.

Tom is a well-known figure in the electronics manufacturing services/contract manufacturing industry with over 35 years of experience. The last 20 years of his career was spent in various capacities where he was instrumental in the growth of the companies where he worked. Within the industry, Tom has also held Vice President of Sales positions with Sanmina and most recently with Libra Industries. In addition, he holds a BA in Business/Economics from the State University of New York College at Oswego.

Tom has a proven record of facilitating long-term business relationships with both customers and industry luminaries.  His strong winning attitude and personality are assets that will complement and enhance ACDi’s ability to meet the needs of our customers.

“We are all aware of the challenges the electronics manufacturing industry has faced over the past couple of years,” said Bill Hornbaker, President & CEO at ACDi “We are especially excited about Tom joining the team and expanding our footprint as a true end-to-end trusted partner with our customers.”

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