Elk Grove Village, IL. Amitron, a national and award-winning leader in printed circuit board manufacturing, has recently signed on Matt Kehoe to stimulate growth in the southeastern region of the United States.
With over 35 years of experience in the circuit board industry, Kehoe previously served as a Sales Manager of two smaller printed circuit board shops, and will now be responsible for managing and expanding Amitron’s presence in the southeast. “I am fortunate to have made it through 35+ years in the same industry. Amitron is the largest company I've ever worked for and I am very happy to be joining a team with this kind of reputation for excellence. They fit the territory I sell in so I am looking forward to a long future with Amitron”, Kehoe explains.
Just four months after announcing a redesigned national sales strategy, Amitron is thrilled with this new addition. “Matt Kehoe’s track record of business development and territory management speaks for itself. He has experience with building companies from the ground up and achieving double and triple digit sales growth, not to mention his thought leadership to the industry as a whole. It’s all just perfect timing” says Tom Massman, Director of North American Sales.
Amitron, which is located in the Midwest, has naturally attracted customers in the region and is now expanding its sales efforts nationally. This new role is critical to these efforts, since the company lacks a strong presence in the southeastern region, and the goal is for Matt Kehoe to show the area why Amitron lives up to its reputation.
Amitron is one of the largest, privately-owned, circuit board manufacturers in North America. With over 31 years of experience in PCB manufacturing, Amitron takes pride in delivering high quality circuit boards with remarkable speed and customer service. Aside from being awarded for promoting industry-wide diversity, Amitron has retained and continues to attract some of the brightest and accomplished professionals for each and every department. For more information, visit www.amitron.com.