SPI Lasers expands in China, appointing a dedicated sales director

SPI Lasers a global leader in the design and manufacture of Fiber Lasers announced that it has increased its presence in China; continuing its commitment to drive growth and support in the region.
Zack Huang has been appointed as Sales Director for China, based in Shanghai he will continue SPI Lasers’ ongoing expansion in this important market.

Zack brings with him a wealth of experience in a number of industries in both the US and China, including lasers and optical expertise, and will lead the sales team across China, ensuring, amongst other responsibilities, that the recently launched High Power CW PRISM & QUBE lasers are showcased throughout the country.

In this role, Zack will report locally to John Chinn (GM for China) with a sales functional reporting line to CEO Dr. Thomas Fehn.

He said “I am proud to be a key part of the SPI Lasers team and am looking forward to leveraging the excellent SPI Lasers product line to take full advantage of the opportunities for growth in China.”
Thomas Fehn, CEO, SPI Lasers stated:

“China remains a key market for us and this appointment underlines our strategy of ensuring our customers receive the very best levels of service and support from SPI Lasers. The Sales Director role perfectly aligns with that vision, improving our existing support infrastructure and ensuring our customer commitment remains a core focus. It’s a strategically important region within which we are fully committed to expanding and building strong relationships with both new and existing partners.”


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