Sensirion Strengthens its Presence in the UK and Ireland

New dedicated Area Sales Manager

  • June 24, 2014
  • Sensirion Strengthens its Presence in the UK and Ireland
    Sensirion Strengthens its Presence in the UK and Ireland

As part of continuing Northern Europe sales expansion, Sensirion has appointed a dedicated Area Sales Manager, David Boylan, for the UK and Ireland. The move is aimed at strengthening the leading sensor manufacturer's position in a strategically important market and providing optimal support for local customers.

Having seen an increase in demand for high-performance and high-quality sensor products and systems in the region, the dedicated UK/IRL sales role coincides with recent announcements for its new digital mass flow controller, the new SFC5000 Series at the Semicon West trade show in the USA. And, its latest temperature sensor, the STSC1 announced at Sensor and Test Show 2014. As well as driving sales activities and working closely with channel partners to satisfy demand, David Boylan will also work alongside Sensirion teams in Switzerland.

"The goal of the presence here is to address new diverse applications in the industrial and medical technology sectors, consumer electronics, Internet of Things and smart home applications, as well as for data loggers and thermostats." says David Boylan, newly appointed Area Sales Manager for the UK and Ireland. "Having a local presence enables customers to benefit from our high technical expertise, many years of experience and individual support," he adds. As in all other Sensirion locations, the company is also dedicated to establishing long-term partnerships for customer-specific solutions in Northern Europe.

The announcement of a direct sales presence confirms Sensirion's worldwide growth trajectory. The company wants to continue its progress in the UK and Ireland. "We want to provide the very best support to local customers throughout the entire product development and implementation process," concludes Boylan.

Graduated in political sciences and international relations in Paris, Anis joined the team in early 2019. Editor for IEN Europe and the new digital magazine AI IEN, he is a new tech enthusiast. Also passionate about sports, music, cultures and languages. 

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