Horizon Sales Hires Joshua Casper to Cover Areas of Michigan & Ohio


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Horizon Sales, a leading manufacturers’ representative corporation, specializing in the sales and marketing of premier electronics assembly equipment, today announced that effective immediately, Joshua Casper has joined the sales team, covering Eastern Michigan and Northern Ohio.

In his new role, Joshua will be responsible for building strategic customer relationships, establishing and identifying account priorities, and developing new business strategies and opportunities.

“We are very pleased to have Josh join our team.  He is a high-energy young man with a strong desire to satisfy the needs of the customers and prospects in his assigned territory,” said Dave Trail, principal.

Joshua attended Michigan State University and has experience in sales, accounting and marketing. Prior to his position with Horizon Sales, he was an account manager for Verizon Wireless. Based in Milford, MI, Joshua enjoys playing golf and involving himself in other sports, as well as spending time with family and friends.

Horizon Sales is the Midwest’s most trusted source for electronics assembly and soldering equipment and supplies. For more than 25 years, Horizon has been representing the industry’s leading manufacturers for component prep, inventory storage and warehousing, assembly and soldering.

About Horizon Sales

Horizon Sales is a manufacturers’ representative corporation supplying machinery and supplies to the electronics industry. Located in Brighton, Michigan and Lockport IL, Horizon manages and sells to the following states:  Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and Western Pennsylvania, Illinois, Eastern Iowa and Wisconsin.

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