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New program manager of OEM business development for Lenze Americas

Lenze Americas has appointed Tom Jensen as Program Manager, OEM Business Development, Lenze Americas.
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Jensen is responsible for leading the OEM Business Development team.  His key responsibilities include developing and executing sales strategies for select, targeted OEM customers in the OEM packaging and material handling industries. He has over 20 years of experience in machine development, motion control and robotics.

“Tom brings extensive experience in these OEM markets which makes him well positioned to drive our OEM initiatives,” said Chuck Edwards, president, Lenze Americas. “Tom has contributed significantly to the establishment of industry-wide standards, the expansion of mechatronics education, and the adoption of advanced control technologies and competitive strategies for packaging system providers and users.”

Previously, Jensen held a variety of positions and leadership roles in engineering, service, and business development with B&R Industrial Automation, Elau Incorporated, and Fanuc America. He is a member of the OMAC Packaging Workgroup, PMMI Education Committee, and the Institute of Packaging Professionals.
 

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