With almost 20 years of technical sales experience, Keith is a great addition to the Baril sales team. For the past 8 years, he has focused on the sale of contract converting services to the medical and consumer products marketplaces. Keith’s industry knowledge, technical expertise and commitment to providing great customer service make him a great fit as we continue to grow our business with Medical OEMs in wound care, patient monitoring, wearable sensors and other medical markets. Keith will be concentrating his efforts on our mid-west territory.
We’ll be at booth 2233. Drop by and visit or call Neil Muchin (510-772-0433) to set up an appointment at the show. We love to bring you up-to-date on our new capabilities or discuss your project with you.
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