July 18, 2017
Kimberly, WI – Aurizon Ultrasonics, the leader in rotary ultrasonic solutions, announced today that GTM Associates, located in Colorado Springs, is their new manufacturer’s representative to manage rotary ultrasonic solutions in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming.
Ben and Kathleen Guasto formed GTM Associates, Inc. in 1983, establishing a successful career in field sales and support engineering for a variety of leading manufacturers of custom mechanical components, sub-assemblies, devices, machines and processes. Ben Guasto can be reached at 719.338.8796 or you may visit their website at www.gtmsales.com.
“This is an important step toward our goal to expand our offerings across the globe, “said Mark Sjoberg, Aurizon Ultrasonics’ Director of Packaging and Specialty Converting markets, “We are thrilled to add Ben Guasto and GTM Associates to our team of sales and marketing professionals.”
To learn more about Aurizon’s sales programs, contact Mark Sjoberg at 920.750.5090, firstname.lastname@example.org.
About GTM Associates
GTM personnel and their manufacturers are active in the design and supply of prototypes to high volumes of components, assemblies, devices and automation solutions for the major markets of medical devices and disposables, aerospace, automotive and peripherals, computer peripherals, emerging green/energy markets, consumer device and material technologies, especially automation and high production volumes, and various industrial applications.
Ben Guasto interned with industry leaders, attained a BSEE degree and was a lab development engineer with Allen-Bradley Company in Milwaukee, WI. He eventually attained an MSEM (a Master’s in Engineering Management from Milwaukee School of Engineering-MSOE). His experience includes electro-mechanical new product engineering projects, production engineering and marketing application engineering in direct support of field sales engineers and customers.
About Aurizon Ultrasonics
Aurizon Ultrasonics is a leading supplier of high power rotary ultrasonic systems to the packaging, hygiene and specialty converting industries with extensive experience designing, manufacturing, installing and supporting ultrasonic systems for bonding nonwovens, films and other materials. Aurizon offers 20, 30 and 40 kHz systems capable of bonding at speeds up to 2000 fpm. To learn more about Aurizon Ultrasonics, visit their website at www.aurizonultrasonics.com.