Zytronic, developer and manufacturer of projected capacitive touch sensor solutions, has opened its first office in the United States, in Atlanta GA. The office houses key personnel responsible for managing the company’s continued growth in North America.
“North America, and the US in particular, represents an enormous opportunity for Zytronic’s future growth,” said Mark Cambridge, CEO. “With feet on the ground in the US, we are now able to dedicate additional sales and technical support to this region that continues to play an increasingly important role in our company’s expansion in North America.”
Zytronic maintains established relationships with customers in North America, from Mexico up into Canada. Growth in this region has been exceptionally strong in the US, driven primarily by the increasing success of its highly durable and adaptable touchsensors for public use and self-service applications such as outdoor ATMs, interactive digital signage and slot machines, the company reported.
Zytronic is executing on its planned North American expansion, not just in the foundation of Zytronic Inc. and the establishment of its Atlanta office, but also with the hiring of key personnel. Llavar Mindley has joined the company as Sales Engineer for North America, working alongside Regional Manager Martin Salter and Sales & Technical Support Engineer Scott Durden. Mindley brings to Zytronic a decade of progressive experience in electronics, applications engineering and technical sales.
In addition to its manufacturing and R&D center in Newcastle, England, Zytronic has sales offices in Taipei, and Tokyo, and a worldwide network of representatives and distributors.