A-Tek Systems Names Banse National Sales Manager

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A‐Tek Systems Group is very pleased to announce that Julie Banse accepted a position as their National Sales manager. In this role, she will be responsible for managing the external sales organization, developing distribution strategies with various consumable products, and assisting with the growth in A‐Tek’s Service organization. 

Banse has over 20 years of experience in the electronics industry developing relationships in top contract manufacturing companies such as Kimball Electronics, Mack Technologies, Creation Technologies, and TRW Automotive.

Previously with Lewis & Clark, she managed all service activities and successfully increased service business by 30% and exceeded sales growth plans year over year. Banse recently moved back to Colorado from Illinois and currently resides in the greater Denver area.

"We are very pleased and excited to have Julie as our National Sales manager. She is well regarded in the industry and we are very confident that her enthusiasm, knowledge and leadership in the electronics industry are attributes that will be instrumental in A‐Tek’s continued growth. She brings new and fresh ideas in channel management and product development," commented Patty Chonis, president of A‐Tek Systems Group.

About A‐Tek Systems Group

A‐Tek Systems Group was established in 2004 supporting the electronics assembly market. As a full service distribution company, A‐Tek is the proud North American partner for Asscon Vapor Phase Reflow, Kolb Cleaning Technologies, Getech depaneling automation, and EBSO selective solder.


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