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Harpak-ULMA appoints Vin Faherty national sales - medical/industrial and Dave Favret TFS product manager

Harpak-ULMA, provider of fully integrated packaging systems for food, medical, and non-food products, has announced the promotion of Vin Faherty national sales - medical/industrial, and appointment of Dave Favret TFS product manager.
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Harpak-ULMA appoints Vin Faherty national sales - medical/industrial and Dave Favret TFS product manager Harpak-ULMA appoints Vin Faherty national sales - medical/industrial and Dave Favret TFS product manager

In his new role, Vin Faherty will pursue his long-time passion for providing cutting edge packaging solutions to the medical and industrial market segments in North America. He will be working closely with the Harpak-ULMA sales team to support customers in the non-food and specifically medical packaging segments for packaging and automation solutions. Faherty has been with the company since 1981 in the role of Product Manager for packaging and has extensive experience in the area of medical packaging.

David Favret has joined Harpak-ULMA as Product Manager for the ULMA TFS Thermoform line. Favret is a seasoned industry veteran who has spent the last two years as product sales manager of tray sealing systems for Ross Industries. Prior to that he held a progressive series of positions over a 25-year career with GEA Convenience Food Technologies, most recently as Product Sales Manager of Packaging. Favret is based out of Harpak-ULMA’s Taunton office.

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