San Marcos, CA – Creative Electron, Inc., a leading American manufacturer of x-ray inspection systems announced today that David Phillips joined the company as Customer Service Manager. A seasoned veteran in the x-ray inspection market, David brings to Creative Electron over 22 years of management and customer service experience fostering positive professional relationships with a variety of diversified clients.
A veteran in the x-ray market, David previously worked in similar roles at FocalSpot, SAIC, Teradyne, and Nicolet. “I’m excited to join this incredible team at Creative Electron. Since they design and fabricate all TruView x-ray machines out of our facility in California, customer service is easy since all software and hardware knowledge is in one place. And I’ll continue working to support the hundreds of customers who own Nicolet, FocalSpot, and Faxitron legacy systems – as I’ve been doing for the past 20 years.”
“Upon our acquisition of the legacy service business from Matrix-FocalSpot, Dave’s experience with the FocalSpot, Nicolet, and Faxitron customers is fundamental in establishing Creative Electron as the only authorized service provider for these legacy systems,” said Griffin Lemaster, Creative Electron’s VP of Engineering. “Dave will also be instrumental in servicing our TruView x-ray customers, especially as we keep up with the tremendous growth we had in the past two years.”
For more information and to learn how you can request service for your x-ray machine, please contact Creative Electron at 760.752.1192, email us at email@example.com, or contact us online at http://creativeelectron.com/contact-us/
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