Aribex international division

Feb. 7, 2011
Manufacturer of NOMAD X-ray to expand sales ldwide.

OREM, Utah--Aribex, a leader in handheld X-ray technologies, has announced the organization of an International division to market the company's NOMAD Handheld X-ray System worldwide.

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Leading the international group will be Christopher Weed, who recently joined Aribex as director of international sales.

"This is the next natural step for the continuing growth of our company," said Dr. D. Clark Turner, president and CEO of Aribex. "I'm very pleased with the caliber of people we've brought on board to help manage this effort, and I'm excited to provide a new level of commitment for our international customers."

Aribex will exhibit at the International Dental Show March 23-26, 2011, in Köln, Germany.

Weed has a background in building and managing sales organizations for dental X-ray manufacturers and is known in the industry as a knowledgeable and successful executive. His resume includes sales and marketing management positions at Cygnus Technologies and AFP Imaging/Dent-X, as well as consulting work for a number of small dental companies in the United States and abroad.

Marc Burrows has been promoted to the position of international marketing manager. Burrows has been with Aribex since 2006, last serving as product manager. His prior experience includes export management and trade financing. He was previously involved with international product development teams at Novell and WordPerfect.

Product manager responsibilities have been taken on by David Laws. Laws joins Aribex after 14 years with Mity-Lite in Orem, where as vice president of R&D, he helped the company grow from $10 million in sales to more than $60 million. Laws graduated from BYU in 1992 with a B.S. and M.S. in mechanical engineering and teaches engineering courses there part time. He holds 16 U.S. and foreign patents.

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