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Applied Vision Corporation appoint VP of sales and marketing

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Applied Vision Corporation (AVC), a provider of food and beverage container inspection systems, has appointed Jeff Hartung as executive vice president of sales and marketing, operating from the company's headquarters in Akron, Ohio.

Prior to joining AVC, Hartung was the vice president of inspection equipment and business unit manager at Emhart Glass, a Swiss-based company that carries out glass manufacturing and inspection.

‘The addition of Jeff to our already strong team fills an important position in our path and supports our aspirations for Applied Vision's growth,’ said Amir Novini, the president and CEO of AVC. Novini added: ‘Jeff has all the right skills for the job, including his deep understanding of our business that he acquired while working for Emhart Glass, a valued customer of Applied Vision.’

Hartung stated: ‘It is a pleasure to work for a company that places such a high value on customer care and anticipation of customer needs. I feel confident that with Applied Vision's support, we will grow as a company exponentially, both organically and through strategic acquisitions and alliances.’

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