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5/24/2017

JR Eyerly Returns to Haviland as Technical Sales Rep

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JR Eyerly has resumed his 13 years of service as technical sales representative at Haviland Products Co., after completing a short-term specialty project in the anodizing and plating industry.

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JR Eyerly has resumed his 13 years of service as technical sales representative at Haviland Products Company, after completing a short-term specialty project in the anodizing and plating industry. Working from the Grand Rapids headquarters, Eyerly will primarily serve customers in Michigan and Indiana.

Recognized as a chemistry troubleshooting expert, Eyerly is a Certified Electroplater Finisher with more than 30 years’ experience in plating industry positions, ranging from lab and environmental to sales and general management. He is also a graduate of the Kushner Electroplating School and a member of the National Association for Surface Finishing (NASF).

Eyerly took a two-year leave to engineer, design and build a specialty anodizing line, as well as guide the project through completion and staff training.

“JR’s experience and skill set completes our team expertise.  We have anticipated his return,” says national sales manager Graham Torr. 

Haviland Products Co. formulates, manufactures and distributes decorative, functional and specialty coatings worldwide. 

For more information, visit havilandusa.com.

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