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Toshiba Imaging appoints Gary Pitre as national sales manager

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Toshiba Imaging Systems Division has appointed Gary Pitre as national sales manager. Pitre has served as the Eastern regional sales manager for Toshiba America Information Systems – Imaging Systems Division in Irvine, CA since 2006.

Paul Dempster, director, medical imaging and factory automation, commented: 'Gary's broad-based experience as a sales professional in the industrial imaging market coupled with his expertise gained over the last several years at Toshiba Imaging makes him ideal for the national sales management position. We are delighted to announce his promotion and look forward to continuing our work with him to promote Toshiba Imaging's exceptional line of high-definition cameras and advanced imaging solutions.'

Toshiba Imaging has a comprehensive suite of HD cameras available including the recently introduced CMOS IK-HR2D high definition video camera, which offers real-time, live-image data capture up to 60fps in full HD format. 

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