SEICA Deutschland Appoints Marc Schmuck as Sales Manager


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Seica SpA has appointed Marc Schmuck as the new sales manager for Seica Deutschland.

Before joining SEICA Marc held leading positions at well-known electronics manufacturers, responsible for customer support and sales. He has considerable experience and knowledge in building and maintaining, valued customer relationships. Marc’s first priority is to continue this dedication to customer service in his new role at Seica Deutschland. 

“My goal is to enlarge our sales and support team, and to raise the profile of SEICA high-value products and software solutions for the German electronics manufacturing market,” he stated.  Since his appointment on 01 May 2015, he has particularly focused on customer contact, customer fulfillment, quality, reliability and customer relations, as well as maintaining close co-operation with SEICA’s sales partners.  As well as consulting directly with customers, he will also support existing local sales partners.  Marc and his team covering application, service and spare part procurement will support the sales regions of Germany, Austria and Switzerland from Seica’s Munich Demo and Support Center.

Seica  offers its customers a complete line of in-house developed test solutions. It has strong partnerships with companies in production and inspection, providing a large portfolio of automatic test systems and selective soldering systems across the entire production line.  

At a time when globalization is increasingly challenging local competitiveness, Seica has developed a sound sales strategy with a strong, local presence in Italy, France, Germany, USA and China. The company offers customers premium service and full support from a professional team of experts.

About Seica S.p.A.

Founded in 1986, Seica S.p.A. is a global manufacturer of automatic test systems and selective soldering systems. It supplies turnkey and custom installations for major companies in the telecommunications, automotive and IT to medical and avionics markets, as well a multitude of contract manufacturers’ parts.

 The company has an installed base of more than 1,700 systems, on four different continents.

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