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Speedprint Enhances Sales Support in Delaware, West Virginia and Maryland
Ted Hersey, Phoenix United Associates
TAMPA, FL ―
Speedprint Technology announces that it has appointed Phoenix United Associates, Inc. as its equipment manufacturers’ representative throughout Delaware, West Virginia and Maryland.
“Given the competitive nature of the electronics assembly business, it is great to see a company like Speedprint that can deliver in all of the critical areas. The Speedprint SP700avi is a complete machine with every needed feature included in the base price. The design is smart, reliable and virtually maintenance-free. All of that along with a very refreshing, customer-friendly business philosophy certainly will be a great fit with my customer base,” said Ted Hersey, Territory Manager for Phoenix United Associates.
“I am very happy to have Ted on board representing Speedprint. Ted brings a great deal of experience representing market-leading companies in his region and knows the value behind the SP700avi, making this a great fit. I look forward to working with Ted as he carries the Speedprint message to his customers. I am certain that Ted will add his customers to the growing number of satisfied Speedprint users in the Americas,” commented Mark Brawley, Speedprint VP.
Phoenix United Associates serves the electronics manufacturing industry, specifically printed circuit board assembly (PCBA), with automated machines, equipment, tools, materials and technology. With more than 60 years of combined experience, the company supplies best-in-class equipment and customer support.
For more information about Phoenix United Associates, Inc., contact Ted Hersey at 443-560-6497, e-mail
For more information about Speedprint, visit
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