Taiyo America Announces New Technical Sales Engineer


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Taiyo America, Inc. is pleased to announce Kate Han as technical sales engineer for the Western Region of the United States, effective July 1, 2020.

Han worked as a sales professional for seven years. She is joining Taiyo after working at Microcraft for the past year promoting inkjet solder mask technology. Microcraft specializes in the development, design, manufacture, and sale of printed circuit board testers and inkjet printers.

She is fluent in Korean, Chinese, Japanese and English. She enjoys traveling and reading in her free time.

“We are excited to add Kate to our Taiyo team. She brings international business experience as well as inkjet knowledge to Taiyo America,” says Zach Maekawa, president of Taiyo America.

“I look forward to working with the Taiyo team and supporting our customers in the West,” said Han.

John Fix, director of sales and marketing, added, “Working in the Western region with Brian Wojtkiewicz, Kate will enhance our communications with other Taiyo group companies with her multilingual skills. Her inkjet experience will also be very valuable to Taiyo America and our customer base as this technology continues to grow.”

Please welcome Kate Han to the Taiyo team.

About Taiyo America, Inc.

Established 30 years ago TAIYO AMERICA, INC. is a subsidiary of TAIYO HOLDINGS CO., LTD., the world's leading manufacturer of specialty inks and solder masks for printed circuit boards. Taiyo offers conductive inks and thermal management products for manufacturing printed electronics, lighting & displays, automotive, aerospace and other applications. For more information, visit www.taiyo-america.com.

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