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Jun 10

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Tom ChudykLAKEWOOD, NJ – Neutrik USA has appointed Thomas Chudyk as Distribution Manager of Neutrik USA Inc. as of June 9th, 2009.

Before joining Neutrik, Thomas (Tom) Chudyk had been responsible as regional sales manager of PANASONIC INDUSTRIAL (Centennial, CO). Prior to that, he served multiple roles for 14 years at ARROW ELECTRONICS and most recently as business segment manager of their Military and Industrial Connector Segment.

“We selected Tom because of his knowledge of the distribution channel and 24-year record of successful sales and sales management experience,” says Pete Milbery, managing director of Neutrik. “We are adopting a vertical market approach and Tom is the perfect fit for the new role of Distribution Manager. He has the analytical skills combined with a proven methodology for creating true partnerships for our distributors, our representatives and of course our customers. We are happy to add his energy and skills to the Neutrik team.”

“I am excited about the opportunity this position holds,” says Chudyk. “Neutrik continues to push the boundaries of connector technology and innovation. They (Neutrik) have a real sense of what their customers’ require for a given project/performance and provide a system based solution which is both reliable and unique. Coupled with terrific brand recognition, it goes to show what’s possible when engineering, creativity, and customer service come together in perfect balance. I look forward to working with Neutrik’s USA distribution channel to increase sales of Neutrik products and market penetration for its customers.”

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