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Cincinnati-based Kleentek has appointed David Beck senior application engineer. Beck is responsible for the sales of Kleentek's full line of electrostatic oil conditioning systems in the upper Midwest, Alaska and parts of Canada. He also contributes to service and product development and assists in quoting all regions of the U.S., the Caribbean, and Central and South America.

Beck brings valuable sales and technical experience to his new position, including knowledge of quality control, lean manufacturing, Six Sigma and Just-in-Time manufacturing engineering. Before joining Kleentek, Beck was a program process engineer, developing and building automotive assembly systems for multiple Japanese original equipment manufacturers.

"I know the importance of quality and how costly downtime and missed deadlines can be," says Beck. "That's why I am pleased to be a part of Kleentek because we bring state-of-the-art technology to our customers to help them address these issues."

SOURCE: Kleentek


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