Shengyi Appoints New North American Senior Director of RF Products


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Shengyi Technology Co. has appointed David Barrell to the position of Senior Director of RF Products for North America, Shengyi Technology (Overseas) Company LTD. David has had an extensive career in OEM marketing of controlled dielectrics materials utilized in RF/Microwave and Commercial Electronic Printed Circuitry applications. David has over 25 years of experience in the laminate materials industry holding positions with GIL Technologies as National Sales and Marketing Manager and most recently with Isola as OEM Marketing Manager, RF/Microwave Technology. 
 
We believe taking advantage of Dave's twenty-plus years of experience and specialized knowledge will provide on-time and professional solutions to the Shengyi customer base. In addition to serving North America's customer's, Dave will supply information back to the to Shengyi R&D department guiding Shengyi as a driver for the development of products to serve future market requirements.

Based in Dongguan since 1985, Shengyi Technology Co., Ltd. (formerly known as Guangdong Shengyi Sci. Tech Co., Ltd.), a public company, is joint-ventured by AVA International Ltd. (formerly known as Mica-AVA (Far East) International Limited), Dongguan Electronic Industry General Company and Guangdong Foreign Trade Imp. & Exp. Corporation. Shengyi manufactures FR-4, CEM-1, CEM-3 and Prepreg. Shengyi’s products are mainly used for making single sided, double sided and multilayer printed circuits board, which are widely applied in mobile phone, automotive, telecommunication equipment, computers and higher-level electrical products.

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