Dave Rund Joins Pluritec’s EcoSpray Team


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Dave Rund has recently joined Pluritec’s EcoSpray division to oversee implementation and overall product support.   Dave brings with him a unique set of skills that will make him a great asset to the team.

Dave possesses degrees in both chemistry and biology and has 20+ years of soldermask experience working with well-known soldermask suppliers like Taiyo and Electra Polymers.

Lino Sousa, vice president of sales for Pluritec commented, “It’s this long-standing involvement in the soldermask supply chain, combined with his education and technical skills, that make him a perfect candidate to work with our customers to stream line the implementation of the Ecospray system and to provide them with world class customers support upon its completion.”

About Pluritec, EcoSpray Division

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, Calif., in order to best serve their west coast customers.

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