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Knoxville, Tenn.-based Commtest, a manufacturer of vibration analysis instruments, has added an inside sales staff at the company's corporate office. The inside sales team will be responsible for maintaining current customer relationships, new business development and supporting both field personnel and manufacturers' representatives.

Chester Pun-Chuen joins the inside sales team covering Latin America. Pun-Chuen has degrees in economics and marketing from the University of the East in the Philippines. He comes to Commtest with more than eight years of experience in the vibration industry with Emerson CSI as international business development manager and 22 years of management experience with Hilton Corp.

Matt Langhorne joins the inside sales team covering the western U.S. and Canada. Langhorne has a degree in pharmaceutical services from Ohio State University. He comes to Commtest with three years of sales experience with Fukuvi USA.

Kim Dalton has been promoted to the inside sales team covering the Southeast. Dalton has a degree in sociology from the University of Tennessee. She brings eight years of sales experience in retail and real estate to her new position.

"We've been growing at a phenomenal rate and have doubled our sales team," says Kevin Deverell, director of sales in North America for Commtest. "Chester, Matt and Kim all have incredible sales skills, and they are dedicated to increasing the awareness of Commtest in the marketplace."

Pun-Chuen and Langhorne hold level-one vibration analysis certification, and Dalton currently is working on a level-one vibration analysis certification.

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