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NAC appoints regional sales manager

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NAC Image Technology has appointed Kent Peterson as regional sales manager for NAC High-Speed Imaging Systems in the states of Wisconsin, Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and Illinois.

Peterson brings a background in industrial sales to his position, having worked with NAC Image Technology and various other remote vision inspection equipment product lines since 1998. His background began in Nondestructive Testing where Peterson learned about imaging requirements for research and development documentation along with the need for capturing high-speed images for analysis.

In addition to his work in industrial sales, Peterson has been employed by Goodrich Aerospace in the Failure Analysis Lab. His responsibilities included the evaluation of products for NASA, military and commercial aircraft products – where extreme quality standards and attention to detail are a requirement.

 

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