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Carl Zeiss Appoints Vice President of Sales

March 12, 2009
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MAPLE GROVE, MN - Carl Zeiss announces the appointment of Andrew Sisler as vice president of sales. In this position, Sisler will lead the business efforts and new business development in North America.

"I am excited that Andy has joined the Carl Zeiss team,” says Greg Lee, president and CEO of Carl Zeiss IMT. “He brings more than 20 years of distribution and technology leadership experience to Carl Zeiss and will help us continue to grow our already strong presence in North America. His vast experience as a sales executive in B2B is another stronghold for Carl Zeiss in addition to his team-oriented approach and competitive drive.”

“I am very proud to be joining the Carl Zeiss team and being part of a successful, global company that is known for its long history of developing leading-edge technologies and products,” says Sisler. “I am very enthusiastic about the products and look forward to contributing to the continued success of Carl Zeiss.”

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