Didier Mauve Appointed as Sales & Marketing Manager Europe for Ventec Central Europe


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Ventec Central Europe is pleased to announce the appointment of Didier Mauve as Sales & Marketing Manager.

Well known and highly respected in the printed circuit community, Didier brings with him over 25 years of industry experience. His impressive CV includes important roles as Sales and Marketing Manager of one of the leading distributors in Europe and most recently Managing Director of the biggest copperfoil converting service in Europe.

Didier’s remit is to strategically drive European sales and to actively contribute towards helping Ventec achieve their goal of becoming the leading laminator for high tech and high reliability products in Europe.

Thomas Michels, Managing Director, Ventec Central Europe, comments: “This is an exciting time and period of expansion and growth for Ventec. I am pleased to welcome Didier to our already strong Central European Sales team who are located in Germany, Italy and France. Together with our experienced technical support team and an extensive warehouse in Germany, Ventec is set up as the benchmark for supply chain excellence and customer satisfaction.”

For more information about Ventec’s solutions and the company’s wide variety of products, please visit www.ventec-europe.com. Didier will be on the Ventec Booth B1:142 at Productronica, 10th – 13th November, 2015.

About Ventec Europe:

Ventec Europe is a member of the Ventec International Group and a world leader in the production of high quality and high performance copper clad laminates and prepregs, with full R&D and product development capabilities. With two fully equipped service centers in the UK and Germany, Ventec Europe is ideally set up to service the needs of the European PCB manufacturing industry providing quality products, reliable engineering support, on time delivery and quick-turn production.

For more information, visit www.ventec-europe.com, or use the Ventec app.

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