Bofa appoints commercial product manager to support expansion

BOFA International, global leaders in fume and dust extraction technology, has appointed David Case as Commercial Product Manager to support the company’s continuing rapid expansion.

David joins BOFA with over 40 years’ experience in the engineering sector, including working in the high octane environment of F1 before becoming product manager at an induction welding business.

David’s expertise in the electrical and electronic manufacturing and engineering sectors provides the perfect background for his new position at BOFA, utilising both his technical and commercial knowledge. In particular, he will be focused on ensuring that the company’s product mix is perfectly aligned to the needs of customers across a broad range of industry sectors.

His appointment continues BOFA’s ongoing investment in the skills and resources needed by the company to support the growing global reach of its technology, which removes potentially harmful airborne contaminants from workplace environments while simultaneously helping customers optimise productivity.

David commented: “I am very excited to be joining an innovative company at such an exciting stage in its development and very much look forward to helping shape BOFA’s product range as we continue to reach new markets around the world.”

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