Technica USA Adds Najib Khan to their Team


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Technica USA announced today that Najib Khan as joined the company in the capacity of Product Manager of Photoimaging Products, effective August 29, 2016.  Najib will be responsible for the development of Technica’s business related to photo imaging resists and inks, solder masks, chemistries and DI equipment. Najib will have direct account responsibility of servicing both existing and future customers on a national level with these specific product lines, as well as providing ongoing sales and product training support to the entire sales team.

Najib will also work along side the MLI/CBT equipment service team helping them to establish better tools for reporting services rendered as well as assisting them with additional applications support.

Frank Medina, President of Technica USA stated, “We are really excited to have Najib join our team. He brings with him a breath of knowledge and experience for this product segment.”

Najib brings with him a wealth of industry experience including his most recent position of Product Manager of Ink Jet Technology for Camtek Corporation. Prior to that, Maskless Technology Inc. employed him in the capacity of Technical Sales Manager. Najib's experience also includes over 10 years of experience working as a process engineer specializing in the photoimaging process area for pcb and microelectronic manufacturing.

About Technica, USA

Technica, USA provides the highest quality equipment and process materials, manufactured worldwide, for the printed circuit board fabrication and assembly markets as well as the microelectronic, photovoltaic and printed electronics markets. For more information on Technica, USA, please contact Jason Perry at 1-408-240-5950 or visit them on the web at Technica.com

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