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YXLON International has appointed Keith Bryant as global director for electronics sales. Bryant brings with him over 25 years of successful experience at a senior level in technical sales, mostly in the X-ray field. He will be responsible for all channels to market, and develop our global sales team to be even closer to our customers, understanding their needs and reacting promptly.
“I have known YXLON as strong competitors for a long time and also as one of my clients for the last almost three years. I am very happy to be joining this great team, and continue progressing on the current growth path,” says Bryant.
“Keith, with his deep understanding of the industry, its applications and our customers, is a tremendous asset to our Electronics sales team. Since we have been working together already for quite some time, we know each other well. He will integrate quickly and smoothly into our team to the benefit of our customers around the globe. We are happy to have him on board,” says Detlef Steck, president, X-Ray Systems, Comet Group, the parent company of YXLON.
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