SPI Lasers continues expansion by recruiting a US National Sales Manager

SPI Lasers has added to its recent sales appointments (‘Global VP of Sales’ & ‘China General Manager’) with the recruitment of Jim Cann as ‘National Sales Manager’ in the US.  This new role is pivotal in ensuring the company generates sustainable growth across the US from their range of industrial pulsed and CW fiber Lasers.

As National Sales Manager Jim will be responsible for leading SPI Lasers’ US sales team, ensuring customers receive the highest standards of sales and account management support.  With sales experience gained from a number of key roles across the US, Jim brings over 20 years of laser related expertise and knowledge to the role, which will be invaluable in helping SPI Lasers achieve their ambitious growth targets.

Most recently Jim served as North American Sales Manager for Optomec and was previously at Rofin for 18 years where he held several positions including National Sales Manager for high power lasers. 

He said “I am delighted to be leading SPI Lasers’ (American) sales team, I have joined a progressive company at a very exciting time, I am looking forward to working with the great team here and ensuring we continue to offer our customers the very best levels of service and support when purchasing an SPI fiber laser.”

The new appointment will complement SPI Lasers’ push to maintain their position as a leading global manufacturer of premium quality fiber lasers, at the forefront of laser application innovation. 

Dr Ken Dzurko, General Manager USA stated:

“We are delighted to welcome Jim to SPI Lasers; as we expand our service and product offerings throughout the US Jim’s strong commercial and technical expertise will be immensely valuable in achieving our goals.  His experience will complement our current skill set and will play a critical part in achieving our long term plans for the Americas market.

The laser market is rapidly evolving and has vast potential, so this is an important role for us and for our customers who require a continually expanding product range, reliable availability, all backed by excellent levels of service and support.”

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