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SMTCL USA Restructures Sales Team in North America

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The changes are touted as providing better support to the company’s customers in the region.

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SMTCL USA Inc. (City of Industry, California) is expanding Christopher Arce’s role as Distributor Support Representative with increased responsibility for serving SMTCL’s North American distributors as a dedicated account representative to ensure that distributors are informed and their voices are heard.

Additionally, Chad Turner's role as Direct Sales Representative will also be expanded to cover the entire U.S. division, and he will now serve as the National Sales Representative. Mr. Turner will support the sales needs of the company’s distributor network as well as continue to focus on direct customer sales.

Furthermore, Jerry McCarty, SMTCL’s previous COO, will be stepping away from sales to consult the company on public relations and business development opportunities.


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