News | May 04, 2015

Kubtec Announces Global Expansion With New International Sales Managers

Three new hires will address consumer demand in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East

May 4, 2015 — Kubtec recently named new regional sales managers for the global markets. The appointments were made to meet the rising demand for Kubtec‘s products worldwide, including Mozart with TomoSpec, a specimen tomosynthesis system for excised breast tissue, and KUB 250, a high-resolution, low-dose portable digital X-ray system dedicated for neonatal imaging. 

Based in Malaysia, Ang Boon Haw’s territory includes Japan through India, Australia and New Zealand. He holds a degree in biotechnology from University of Science Malaysia and brings extensive healthcare industry experience to Kubtec, including managerial positions for surgical and patient monitoring medical device companies in Asia.

Based in the Czech Republic, Mr. Jakub Marsalek’s territory covers all of Europe and Scandinavia. He holds an advanced degree in biomedical engineering from the Technical University of Ostrava and a degree in biomedical and clinic technique from the Czech Technical University in Prague. Previously, Jakub has worked for medical products companies, including incubator manufacturer TSE.  

Based in Cairo, Mr. Tamer Bader-Eldin’s territory includes all of the Middle East and Africa. He holds a degree in electrical engineering from Sin Shams University in Cairo, Egypt and an MBA from University of Leicester — Management Center, Great Britain.  He has 20 years of experience in medical equipment business development, sales and marketing that includes 18 years with Siemens.

For more information: www.kubtec.com

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