Abtex Corp expands team as it eyes new markets

March 18, 2019

Abtex Corp expands team as it eyes new markets

John De Leon has joined Abtex as its Business Development Manager (Courtesy Abtex Corporation)

 

Abtex Corporation, Dresden, New York, USA, a manufacturer of customised, integrated machine and brush deburring solutions for the manufacturing industry, has announced that John De Leon has joined the company as Business Development Manager. The company stated that this new position was created to focus on sustainable company growth through the continued service of existing customers, along with expansion into new markets.

De Leon is said to bring to this new role more than twenty years’ experience in highly-engineered component and system sales, marketing, and business development. He has served in positions of increasing responsibility in engineering, project management, sales, marketing, business development, and business management for technology, robotics, and manufacturing companies serving customers in the industrial, automotive, aerospace, food and beverage and agriculture industries, along with many others.

He holds an MBA from Rochester Institute of Technology and a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Iowa State University.

“Everyone at Abtex shares the same goal – to provide excellent products and services to customers,” stated De Leon. “This is what has gotten the company to its current industry leadership, and what will help us reach the next level. I am looking forward to working with this first-rate team.”

“As an experienced solver of manufacturing problems, John is a perfect match for Abtex,” stated Jason Saner, President of Abtex.  “He will provide our customers a solid base of engineering expertise combined with a market-savvy approach to applying best practices for manufacturing efficiency.”

www.abtex.com

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