Fox Electronics recently reorganized its North American sales territories into three regions (East, Central and West) and has named Peter Sedlak to manage the west region from the new sales office in Silicon Valley. The expansion comes as Fox is experiencing increased demand for its products across all North America and follows the introduction of Fox Electronics Canada earlier in 2011.

All the engineering sales managers will be focused on building and sustaining relationships with Fox's current and future customers as well as designing in Fox's patented XpressO oscillators into strategic key accounts. After realigning the North American territory, Roger Burns will now manage the newly created central territory, while David Meaney will continue to manage the east territory.

"The year 2011 has been remarkable in terms of company expansion," noted E.L. Fox, president of Fox Electronics. "Not only do we have new territories across North America, but we also recently shipped the 18 millionth XpressO oscillator. The continued demand for this unique product has given Fox the opportunity to provide our products and services to an expanding global customer base."

Sedlak comes to Fox with over 30 years of experience selling frequency control products. His expertise will be used to manage distributor relationships, network with manufacturer representatives and promote the company's continued expansion and success in his territory.

"Sedlak's skills as a sales manager and familiarity with the industry will be a great asset to the company. We're confident that adding him to our team of engineering sales managers will allow us to provide an even higher level of quality service, support and products that our customers have come to expect from Fox," said Fox.

Before joining Fox, Sedlak most recently worked for Precision Devices, Inc. as the western regional manager responsible for managing key corporate accounts, developing new customers and continuing company growth. Sedlak studied business administration at Western Nevada College and electronic engineering at De Anza Community College.

Posted by Janine E. Mooney, Editor