Resonetics Announces Global Expansion of Technical Sales & Support Team
June 07, 2013 || RESONETICS || RECENT NEWS
NASHUA, N.H., Jun. 7, 2013 — Resonetics, a leading supplier of laser micromachining solutions for polymers and glass, announced the expansion of its account management team serving the life sciences industry. In response to growing global demand for highly-precise medical devices and diagnostics, the company has trained technical representatives to serve local clients in the European Union, Japan, China and Israel. The company has also added two more resources in the United States to focus on the Central and Northeast medical device and diagnostic clusters.
“We believe strongly in excellent communication and technical support to go along with our market-leading capabilities,” stated Tom Burns, CEO. “As we continue to expand our capabilities with the latest ultrafast technology and automated inspection and material handling, we realize it’s important to educate the industry on these enabling systems to assist them in their quest to solve ever smaller and complex applications for medical devices and diagnostic sensors.”
Added Glen Ogura, E.V.P. Business Development, “It’s clear that the industry is challenging old paradigms and is looking for innovative suppliers to help solve design and manufacturing challenges. With our latest additions, we now have local teams in place that can provide the technical input to shorten the development cycle in all the major geographic markets performing life science research and development.”
Resonetics provides laser micromachining services and systems for medical device and diagnostic manufacturing and other applications requiring precision laser processing. It offers the world’s largest capacity for laser micromachining polymers in ultra-violet wavelengths, and its expertise with polymers up to 1mm thick and with features as small as one micron is unmatched. With more than 25 years of experience building systems and a dedicated development lab staffed with PhDs, optical scientists and automation experts, the company can address critical design requirements with a cost-effective and repeatable approach.