Atlantech Expands Sales Team on the Back of Kurtz Ersa Growth

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Kurtz Ersa North America is seeing strong demand for its new equipment, including rework systems, N2 wave soldering and selective soldering systems. To keep up with growing demand, Atlantech Inc.—which manages and sells to the Mid-Atlantic States, including Maryland, Washington D.C., Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina for the past 12 years with Kurtz Ersa—has hired Bryce Timms as its newest sales representative in Eastern Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia, and selected accounts in North Carolina.

"I am so very pleased to have Bryce on board," said Nagy Bayoumi, president of Atlantech. "His expertise is a solid fit for us. Our customers' equipment requirements are highly technically demanding, for which Ersa provides the solutions. Bryce understands these needs."

Atlantech established itself as an engineering and process solutions company in March of 1990 to service the printed circuit board (PCB) industry. As the industry took a downturn, Atlantech redirected its efforts and knowledge to focus on the SMT and microelectronics industries in the early 2000s.

Timms brings expertise in product management and application/service engineering in through-hole and selective soldering technologies to represent Ersa's new line of selective solder, reflow and rework equipment, and more.

"I am thrilled to have the opportunity to represent  Ersa, and to be with Atlantech," commented Timms. "I know the demands of our customers, so I know that Ersa's high-end equipment, capabilities and service will absolutely meet those demands."


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