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CIVCO Integrates Global Sales Structure, Names New Sales Leadership Roles

KALONA, Iowa, Sept. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CIVCO Medical Solutions has restructured its global sales force, positioning it for worldwide growth and increasing its current market development capabilities. This new structure further strengthens CIVCO's market presence and customer-centered focus. "For 30 years, CIVCO's success has been achieved through unparalleled customer focus," said Mike Klein, CIVCO Radiation Oncology President. "This restructuring puts customers at the center of our business model and increases our focus on both their current and emerging needs." CIVCO is bringing focus and simplicity to each sales component.


The company has promoted several of our key leadership members to new and broader roles. Joos Wisse is now Vice President, Global Sales, and he will lead our strategies for direct sales worldwide; Patrick Hylkema moves to Vice President, Global OEM Sales & Business Development, focusing efforts on meeting the needs of our OEM business partners; and Axel Schiemann moves to Vice President, Global Distributor Sales where he will be developing our growing base of distributors. Ken Newby moves to Vice President of Sales, North America, where he will continue leading our largest sales force.  

"It is a fantastic opportunity for everyone to join forces and build further on our common vision with one fully integrated global sales force," said Wisse. "It will allow us to take the best of all our sales channels and leverage CIVCO's first class sales team. We are strengthening our sales force worldwide to take CIVCO to the next level."

The company is proud of the proven leadership team it has assembled. The team consists of industry leaders with the skills and knowhow to build a scalable organization focused on meeting our customers' needs across the globe.


CIVCO Medical Solutions has over 30 years of experience and offers cutting-edge medical technology to a diverse group of medical professionals. The Multi-Modality Imaging (MMI) unit designs and manufactures accessories for use in diagnostic and therapeutic imaging and interventional procedures, with a strong focus on ultrasound. MMI's products range from infection control products including a wide range of ultrasound and CT covers to device guidance, positioning and electromagnetic needle tracking. CIVCO's Radiation Oncology division designs and manufactures products for radiation oncology treatment, including basic patient positioning equipment as well as high technology robotic motion management and advanced patient positioning for SBRT. CIVCO offers patients and clinicians the newest and best technology available to improve patient care.

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For further information please contact:
Liz Etchells
Marketing Communications Specialist
CIVCO Medical Solutions
Tel: 319-248-6551


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