Brad Pines Promoted to General Manager of the Precision Manufacturing Business Unit at Coherix

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Brad Pines has been named General Manager of the Precision Manufacturing Business Unit at Coherix, Inc.

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Coherix is a pioneer in the development of advanced and powerful 3D visualization solutions to improve the quality and reliability in precision manufacturing processes.

A native of Michigan, Pines began his career in industrial automation at General Electric. Later he became a highly successful sales representative at Ungermann-Bass with added responsibility to manage VAR relationships. In 1997 he became Chief Technology Officer at IMI Technologies. In 2000 he was recruited by the president of Sitca, Inc. to become Chief Operating Office/Chief Information Officer and lead their IT efforts.

Pines joined Coherix in 2005 as the Manager of Application Engineering and quickly moved through the ranks. He held positions as a Major Account Executive and was Director of Application Engineering & Customer Delightment before being promoted to General Manager.

Dwight Carlson, the company's chairman and CEO, states, "Brad understands both the technical and business aspects of this industry and has the leadership qualities needed to take Coherix to the next level with its products and performance.”

Pines holds a degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was a founding Father and Captain of the MIT Football Team and at graduation received the “Outstanding Leadership Award for 1981”.

Coherix designs and delivers high-speed, high-definition, 3D metrology and inspection tools for product development and the management of manufacturing processes for the precision manufacturing and semiconductor industries. Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan the company has technical centers in Europe and the Asia Pacific region. Coherix products are being utilized around the world at companies such as Intel, Amkor, BorgWarner, Ford, Honda, Allison Transmission, Chrysler, General Motors, Micron, Infineon, John Deere, Volvo Technology Transfer and Aisin among others.

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