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Kingston Eck nominated as Executive Vice-President for Synergx USA

We’re thrilled to announced that seasoned executive, Kingston Eck, has joined the Synergx team as Executive Vice-President for Synergyx USA, our new US corporation. He will be responsible for growing our business in the Americas and organizing our support infrastructure for the region.

Originally born in the UK, Kingston moved to the US at a young age while his parents were in the Air Force. After growing up in Missouri, he moved to Illinois to study Mechanical Engineering.

After graduation, he started his own consulting firm in Colorado doing design work and 3D modelling for clients. Kingston also worked as a field service engineer at Bystronic Glass for 8 years, where he was soon promoted to the position of Vice-President of Service and Director for the Americas.

“I am looking forward to working with Synergx’s team and technologies,” Kingston said.

“Great projects are ahead to help our glass manufacturing customers in the Americas benefit from the company’s non-contact inspection and metrology solutions.”

Kingston can be reached at Welcome again to the team, Kingston!

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