MacDermid Enthone Electronics Solutions Appoints Roger Fontaine to Eastern Region Commercial Team


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MacDermid Enthone Electronics Solutions has announced the appointment of Roger Fontaine to the Eastern Region Commercial team. Based in Waterbury, Connecticut, Roger will take over account management responsibilities for the New England, New York and Toronto Territory, working closely alongside Nate Dobrzynski.

Roger began his career in the pharmaceutical industry with a sales and marketing position at Johnson & Johnson. While at Johnson & Johnson, Roger was the recipient of several awards for successful product launches and sales growth. Roger spent the last fourteen years with Brand Nu Laboratories, selling high purity reagents to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, electronics and specialty chemical industries in the Connecticut and New York region. At Brand Nu Laboratories, Roger was given a greater perspective on supply chain management and on providing excellent customer service.

Roger graduated from The University of Connecticut, earning his Bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine. He currently resides in Waterbury, Connecticut. Roger will report to MacDermid Enthone Regional Manager Bill Gladitsch

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