Pluritec Appoints New Field Service Engineer in New York

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Pluritec announces that it has hired Fabio Ibarra as Field Service Engineer for its office in New York. Fabio will join the existing service team serving all North America.

Andrea Pera, Pluritec service manager, commented, “With this addition, we reinforce our commitment to provide our growing customer base in North America with top of the line service and support.

Fabio graduated from Stoney Brook University with a degree in Technology Systems Engineering and a BA in Environmental Science. Additionally, Fabio was a decorated Military Sergeant in the US Army with tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan.  In his new role, he will provide technical support for Pluritec equipment and will perform installations and provide training for customers.

About  Pluritec

Pluritec North America is located in Bohemia, NY where the company operates a spare parts warehouse, and general administration as well as both service and sales offices. In addition to New York, Pluritec also has service staff stationed in San Jose, California in order to best serve their west coast customers..

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