P. Kay Metal's MS2 Technology Group Adds James Goyne to Management Team


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P. Kay Metal's MS2 technology group has announced the addition of James Goyne to its management team as distribution/business development manager. Goyne will support the existing MS2 distribution channel and will locate and add significant additional distribution channels primarily in China, Southeast Asia, Europe and the United States.

James was previously with Chroma Systems as their channel sales manager and prior to that he held sales management positions at Apcus Technologies and Ecotek.

James will report directly to Dan Feinberg, V.P. of sales and marketing for MS2 technologies, and he will work closely with Jay Hardin, MS2 product manager

Feinberg noted, "MS2 has been proven to significantly reduce electronic assembly costs through dross elimination, improved soldering quality, and reduction in hazardous waste. We welcome James to the MS2 team and look forward to significantly adding to our global distribution team under his leadership."

About P. Kay Metal Inc.

Located in Los Angeles, Calif., P. Kay Metal, Inc. is a global supplier of soldering materials used in the electronic assembly process.

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