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2/26/2014

Rob Kleinschmidt, Mike Acker Named to Dymax Sales Team

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In his new position, Acker will report to Kleinschmidt, and will provide a key service in helping manufacturers in the western and southern states solve their most complex application problems and reduce manufacturing costs.

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Dymax Corp. (Torrington, Conn.) has appointed Rob Kleinschmidt as Americas sales manager. In his new position, Kleinschmidt will report to Jennifer Mann, director of sales and marketing, and will be responsible for effectively implementing sales growth and expansion.

Kleinschmidt has an impressive background in technical sales.  He previously held the positions of territory manager and eastern regional sales manager, and also spent many years as an application engineer at Dymax.

Mike Acker has been named regional sales manager in the company’s field sales department.  In his new position, Acker will report to Kleinschmidt, and will provide a key service in helping manufacturers in the western and southern states solve their most complex application problems and reduce manufacturing costs.

Acker previously held the position of territory manager.  He came to Dymax with 15 years of industrial sales experience, most as an engineering sales representative with Ellsworth Adhesive Systems, a strong Dymax channel partner.

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