Ipsen appoints Navid Gamerschlag to Vacuum Furnace Sales Management role

April 14, 2022

Navid Gamerschlag has returned to Ipsen in the role of European Sales Manager – Vacuum Technology (Courtesy Ipsen USA)

Ipsen USA, Cherry Valley, Illinois, USA, has announced that Navid Gamerschlag will be acting in the role of European Sales Manager – Vacuum Technology. Based out of Cologne, Germany, Gamerschlag will be responsible for promoting Ipsen vacuum equipment within Europe. He will work alongside Ipsen’s European based sales representatives to bolster vacuum furnace sales and support.

Gamerschlag was most recently the Sales Manager for a global manufacturer of induction heat-treating equipment. Prior to that, he served as Regional Sales Manager for Ipsen Germany, where he was responsible for promoting Ipsen products and services in multiple international regions. He holds a Dipl-Ing in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Applied Sciences, Cologne.

“We are excited to welcome Navid back in this important sales management role,” stated Patrick McKenna, president and CEO of Ipsen USA, Ipsen’s Vacuum Technology Excellence Center. “With global demand for Ipsen furnaces continuing to accelerate, his return to Ipsen comes at an ideal time.”

Gamerschlag added, “Being back at Ipsen feels like coming home to family. I am looking forward to collaborating with my colleagues with a big focus on customer-centricity – this means continuing to build relationships with our customers and earning new business. We can best serve our customers by understanding their needs and use that feedback to drive our products and service offerings.”

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