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SATO America appoints Len Bono as business development manager for consumables

SATO America, Inc., provider of thermal barcode printing, labeling, and EPC/RFID solutions, has announced the appointment of Len Bono as Business Development Manager for Consumables.
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“I am excited to join the team at SATO America as we develop new pathways of opportunities for SATO customers and business partners alike. SATO’s unique capability in consumables manufacturing separates itself from the other manufacturers of AIDC solutions,” said Bono. “My experience lends a unique view to the applications of the channel and a partner’s desire of adding greater value to their sales and bottom line. Working alongside some of the most talented industry experts here at SATO, we’re poised to help customers resolve their labeling, tag and four-color print needs.”

Bono brings to SATO America more than 25 years of industry experience having held management positions at Monarch/Paxar, Lowry Computer Products, and BlueStar. Along with day-to-day management of the Consumables team. His responsibilities include sales, assessment of requirements, and pricing of all consumables products.

"Len’s proven management skills and experience with consumables will have an immediate impact," stated Bob Linse, President of SATO America. "Growing the sales of our consumables business is an important and essential component in the overall success of SATO America and I’m confident that Len will lead the way."

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