MicroCare expands Asia team
MicroCare has announced the promotion and expansion of its MicroCare Asia team. The advancement and addition of the new team members speaks to the growth of MicroCare and the company’s desire to continue to expand globally.
Joe Ng has been promoted to the newly established position of operations manager. Ng has been with MicroCare for four years, providing sales and logistical assistance to clients and prospective customers in Asia and the Pacific region. In his new role, Ng will oversee all operations including logistics, exporting, inside sales and customer service.
Tom Tattersall, MicroCare executive vice president and COO, is pleased with the appointment. He said: ‘Joe is a valuable resource for our MicroCare customers. They have come to rely on him for sales and logistical support. He will play an instrumental part in helping support our rapidly growing markets in the Asia Pacific region.’
Eric Lie joins MicroCare as the Sticklers Business Manager for the Asia Region. Lie comes to MicroCare with nearly 25 years of experience in the fibre optics industry and industrial sales. Prior to joining MicroCare, he spent six years promoting the Softing brand at Softing Singapore Pte. Before that he was senior regional sales manager at Fluke Networks, where he successfully developed and executed sales strategies and tactics.
‘Fibre optics is a rapidly expanding market, so we are very pleased that Eric has joined the Sticklers team,’ reported Jerald Chan, Asia regional manager at MicroCare Asia. ‘He’s going to help us reach more customers more quickly, expand our partner network and prove to end-users that the Sticklers cleaners boost network performance and reliability. We are also confident that Eric will strengthen our reputation as the Critical Cleaning Experts in the fibre optics industry.’
Concluded Tattersall: ‘MicroCare already has a very impressive team, and Joe and Eric will add even more with their experience and talents. All of our customers around the globe will benefit from having valuable people like Joe and Eric available to help them.’