Fisnar Europe Appoints Robert Campbell New Product Line Manager

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Fisnar Europe, leading manufacturer of fluid dispensing systems and equipment, is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Campbell as product line manager.

Robert comes to Fisnar Europe with a wealth of knowledge and experience of the Dispensing Equipment industry, having spent the past six years working at Nordson EFD in various sales management roles.

As product line manager, Robert will be responsible for driving and developing the Fisnar product line and will seek to align the company’s product offering more closely to the needs of the European market. In addition to managing the Fisnar Europe product line, Robert will also be responsible for supporting the European distribution network.

Robert will report directly to John Henderson, Managing Director, who comments, “We are delighted to have Robert on board as a new member of the Fisnar Europe team. Robert has a proven track record in increasing distribution sales and his industry knowledge and expertise will be invaluable to our team as we endeavour to grow Fisnar sales across Europe.”

About Fisnar Europe

Fisnar Europe is an international manufacturer of fluid dispensing systems and equipment for all industries. Fisnar Europe offer a large selection of dispensing products including industrial robots, liquid dispensers, dispensing valves, peristaltic pumps, spray valves, syringe barrels and consumables including dispensing needles and dispensing tips, syringe barrels and dispensing cartridges. Fisnar Europe is a subsidiary company of the Ellsworth Adhesives Corporation.



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