Reell Names Mark Rivers as Senior Application Specialist

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Promotion recognizes Mark’s strong sales support and exceptional customer focused service

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Mark has demonstrated an unwavering positive attitude and a consistent commitment to service...

Reell Precision Manufacturing, a world leader in small package position and motion control, has announced that Mark Rivers has been promoted to the position of Senior Application Specialist. This promotion recognizes Mark’s continued growth and excellence as the primary point of pre-sale technical support for Reell customers, as well as his outstanding support of Reell’s worldwide sales organization.

The announcement was made by Reell’s Vice President of Sales and Customer Service, Jack Field. “Since joining Reell in 2013, Mark has demonstrated an unwavering positive attitude and a consistent commitment to service. He has developed strong trust-based relationships with both customers and Reell coworkers. Mark is a valuable part of the Reell team and is very deserving of this promotion.”

Prior to joining Reell, Mark was employed at Hutchinson Technology, Bergquist Company and Despatch Industries where he worked with a wide variety of mechanical products, including computer disk drives, carbon fiber over chambers, motors, and fans. He received a degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University at Fort Wayne in 1991.

Mark, a native of Minneapolis, Minnesota, will continue to serve customers and support the Reell sales team from Reell's corporate headquarters in Saint Paul.

Reell Precision Manufacturing provides high-quality innovative solutions to transmit torque, control angular position and protect delicate components from excessive force. Combining the world's most precisely controlled torque technology with the industry's most experienced engineering team provides a perfect product fit in customer applications. Reell's patented technology is widely used in the consumer electronics, automotive, aircraft interiors, medical technology, workstation furniture, kiosk/data terminal, and architectural lighting industries.

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