Jet Edge Appoints Area Manager for Shanghai China

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

ST. MICHAEL, Minnesota, U.S.A. (March 28, 2011) –  Jet Edge, Inc. is pleased to announce that Haihong (Samuel) Song has been appointed area manager for the water jet manufacturer’s new sales office in Shanghai, China.

Mr. Song is responsible for developing Jet Edge’s business presence in China’s rapidly growing manufacturing market. He will directly oversee Jet Edge’s Shanghai office, coordinating all sales activities, managing sales personnel and distributors, and developing a key customer base.

Jet Edge customers will benefit from Mr. Song’s extensive engineering and waterjet industry background as well as from his expertise in 3D waterjet application.

Mr. Song is a graduate of the Shanghai Institute of Electric Power, where he majored in electrical automation. He speaks fluent English and German as second languages.
 

Source: Jet Edge

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