Kyzen Appoints Z Tech Services as Its Representative for Midwestern Areas of the US
Z Tech was established in 1993 and serves the Midwestern United States with sales staff that combines experience and technical ability to provide clients with an efficient and effective sales call. Z Tech is committed to providing optimal service to electronic production equipment manufacturers. Its dedicated staff goes beyond door-to-door sales and has been praised for efficient, professional salesmanship. Additionally, by extending service and by offering both demonstration and training opportunities, the company offers its principals a true extension of its sales force in a fashion not available from mainstream representatives.
Thomas T. Jura, President, has been in the Distributor/ Representative business for more than 25 years. Starting with the EMF Company, Tom spent 10 years as the sales manager for Miltex. Tom has an extensive technical background, utilized at Miltex to sell, train and install several different lines of equipment. Tom is primarily responsible for the Iowa territory for Kyzen.
Jon A. Moore, vice president, has worked extensively in aerospace, military and automotive electronics manufacturing for 15 years. He has a B/S in business from State University of New York. His most recent position was with TRW where he served as a Senior Manufacturing Engineer. Jon is primarily responsible for Kyzen sales in Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska.
For more information about Z Tech Services, visit www.ztechservices.com.
Kyzen specializes in precision cleaning chemistries for electronics, advanced packaging, metal finishing and aerospace applications. Kyzen's industry expertise and dedicated customer support provide integrated cleaning process solutions that meet any cleaning challenge. Founded in 1990, Kyzen is the leading provider of environmentally responsible, RoHS compliant cleaning chemistries to industries worldwide. For more information, please visit www.kyzen.com.
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