Neutrik USA Appoints Several Managers
Anaheim, CA - Jan 12, 2011 - Neutrik USA has appointed several key personnel to lead newly established company segments, including the systems, distributor and global OEM aspects as well as a newly formed key accounts manager.
Fred Morgenstern has been hired to serve as the systems manager for the opticalCON line of ruggedized fiber optic products. Morgenstern also provides general AV fiber optic instruction as an official InfoComm CTS program renewal unit provider.
Neutrik has promoted Thomas Chudyk to national sales manager where he oversees the distributor market. In addition, he is developing sales training throughout the U.S. and managing Neutrik sales reps. In his previous role as distribution manager, Chudyk's focal point was Neutrik's manufacturers representatives.
Chris Neethling has been promoted to global accounts and business manager, where he is overseeing the global OEM segment, and is responsible for managing accounting systems, risk assessment and international financial transactions. Neethling is also focusing on supporting those OEMs in the U.S. using international contract manufacturers, by providing global quoting and logistical support. In addition, he is managing the operative systems of the new Charlotte, NC, headquarters, including those contractors supporting the new office space.
To further support the new segments, Neutrik USA has promoted Gina Rider to key account manager and customer service manager. Rider is responsible for managing Neutrik's key accounts, which include many of the large cable assemblers in the industry.
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