Pluritec Appoints New Field Service Engineer in California


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Pluritec has recently hired Kevin Oakleaf as a field service engineer.  Kevin will join the existing service team serving all of North America.

Kevin has over 15 years’ experience in the service of PCB machines. His strong work ethic and dedication to customer service is the epitome of what the entire Pluritec organization stands for. Kevin will offer technical support for Pluritec equipment and will perform installations, repairs and training for all of the company’s valued customers.

About Pluritec

Pluritec s.r.l, including IS/powered by Occleppo and EcoSpray, has provided world wide solutions to the printed circuit and chemical milling industries for 50+ years. 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 has service staff stationed in San Jose and Anaheim, California, along with Midwest support, in order to best serve their customers throughout North America.

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