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SolderStar appoints Chris Williams as Business Development Manager

Posted 6 October 2016 · Add Comment

Specialist manufacturer in the design and development of thermal profiling equipment for the lead-free electronics industry, SolderStar, has announced the addition of Chris Williams as Business Development Manager to further enhance the company's global expansion plans.



Chris (above) brings with him over 15 years’ experience in the electronics’ industry, including his most recent position at BOFA International where he was responsible for sales in the UK and Ireland as UK distribution and OEM Manager. Previous to this Chris managed hundreds of accounts for OK International in both the UK and Nordic regions.

With a successful history in sales, business and management in the electronics industry, Chris will help in SolderStar’s global development plans, including introducing the newest innovations to our already developed sales base as well as working to expand our reach to customer’s across the world.

Mark Stansfield, Managing Director of SolderStar said: “As we grow our business globally, Chris brings the strategic leadership, business development, and the global vision we need to realise our full potential and become leaders in our field. Chris is highly qualified, experienced, and is the right candidate to take SolderStar forward.”

Chris Williams added: “SolderStar has the vision and ability to adapt and change to meet current and emerging client needs and are at the forefront of innovation within the industry. I am very pleased to be a part of a company that has established itself to be a leader in its field and has a unique team of dynamic and experienced individuals. I am looking forward to implementing the business strategy of the company and helping to build the brand globally.”
 

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