Picker Components Appoints Michael Peat as Sales and Technical Support Manager
Carrollton, Texas June 04, 2015 Business News(PRLEAP.COM) June 4, 2015 - Picker Components, a quality leader in design and manufacturing of electro-mechanical and solid state relays, today announced the appointment of Michael Peat as Sales and Technical Support Manager. Mr. Peat will be responsible for the growth of Picker Components' business in North America. The role will strengthen the company's competitive position by enhancing sales channel strategies to increase market penetration of Picker Components' unique relay products.
"We are pleased to have Michael join the Picker team. Because he has sold components - including relays - and has worked as a rep and in distribution, Michael has a unique understanding of the technical and human issues involved. He will be a great asset to Picker Components' customers and sales channels," said General Manager, James Kasle.
Mr. Peat began his career with positions in design engineering, reliability engineering and test engineering. In 1987, he moved into technical sales as a Sales Engineer with Micropac Industries in Garland, Texas. Peat progressed into sales management with WinSystems, Inc., an Arlington, Texas manufacturer of small form factor, ruggedized embedded PC compatible computers. He joined INSIDE Technology as Vice President of Sales in 1997, prior to its merger with Jumptec AG in 1999.
About Picker Components
Founded in 1983, Picker Components manufactures and distributes a wide range of Automotive Relays, General Purpose, Power Relays, Signal Relays and Solid State Relays. Picker's product line spans from the tiniest fractional current rated Signal Relay to powerful 50 Amp Power Relays and 150 Amp Automotive Relays. Picker's superior quality contacts are alloyed in Japan under the most exacting requirements. Picker is the only major relay factory in China that does not use Chinese-made contacts. The actual formulation of Picker's contacts is highly proprietary. For more information, visit www.pickercomponents.com.