Trey Wilson Added to NKK Switches Sales Force as Western Regional Sales Manager

Trey Wilson Added to NKK Switches Sales Force as Western Regional Sales Manager

Scottsdale, Ariz. – June 15, 2016 – NKK Switches  today announced the appointment of Trey Wilson as Western Regional Sales Manager for the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of innovative electromechanical switching devices. The move aligns with the company’s commitment to deliver enhanced service to its customers at a local level.

Wilson will be responsible for managing relationships with company accounts and customers located in the western region of the United States. Wilson brings a combined 24 years of direct industry experience and knowledge to the position, having previously served in roles with Molex, Thomas & Betts Electronics and Tyco Electronics.

“With Trey on board we look forward to evolving the valuable business partnerships NKK has on the west coast,” said Laurence Sweeney, Vice President of Sales and Marketing NKK Switches of America. “His strong industry knowledge and respected work history will add to strategic future growth opportunities for NKK Switches throughout the region.”

Wilson is certified in Electromechanical studies through the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) and served over four years in the United States Air Force achieving the rank of a noncommissioned officer, and completing tours in the United States and Europe.

About NKK Switches
NKK Switches designs, produces and sells the industry’s most extensive selection of electromechanical switches, setting the standard for quality, stability and reliability in switch solutions. NKK provides a full suite of customizable solutions that includes design, programming and value-added support by combining flexibility, expertise and a commitment to our partners’ success.

NKK’s switches turn on millions of products around the world every day by offering more than 3.5 million different toggle, rocker, pushbutton, slide, rotary and keylock switches to illuminated, process-sealed, miniature, specialty, surface-mount and programmable switch devices.