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Inovaxe has hired Mick Vazquez as its new sales manager in Latin America. Vazquez will be responsible for all the sales in Mexico, and Central and South America, including the Inovaxe sales representatives and channel partners for Latin America.
Most recently Vazquez was the regional sales manager in Mexico for Panasonic. Before that he was the Latin America Sales Manager for Vitronics-Soltec and Mexico sales manager at Kester, both companies of the ITW Group, where he was known for his terrific work and salesmanship with customers.
Vazquez has been working in the electronics industry for more than 25 years. He offers a combination of sales and service that Inovaxe’s potential customers will benefit from, making him invaluable in helping the company obtain its new goals and objectives for the Latin American market.
About Inovaxe Corp.
Inovaxe Corporation is focused on delivering innovative ultra-lean SMART production and inventory management solutions to the electronics industry. The Company’s product offering includes mobile InoAuto Smart carts (IA series), Smart racks (SR series), and Smart stationary racks (SREX series) to store SMT reels, tubes, trays, cut tape and loose parts. We provide a Smart MSD cabinet (IMSD) for moisture sensitive device storage and a Smart stencil rack storage solution (SRS series). We offer an inventory/kitting software management tool (InoView), and InoAuto Locator software for locating components. For more information and a demonstration of Inovaxe product offerings, visit www.inovaxe.com.
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