BASINGSTOKE, UNITED KINGDOM – Sherborne Sensors Limited, a designer and manufacturer of high-precision inclinometers and accelerometers, strain gage force transducers, load cells, rotary encoders and accessories for commercial, industrial and military and aerospace customers, has announced the establishment of Sherborne Sensors Inc., a fully dedicated sales, marketing, logistics and support entity, now serving a growing number of customers throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.
From its offices in Mahwah, NJ, Sherborne Sensors Inc., is providing a number of enhanced local service offerings, including reduced product lead times and freight costs; real-time order fulfillment and applications engineering support; standard product delivery and overnight shipments; customer stock warehousing; and enhanced payment options. The establishment of Sherborne Sensors Inc. is the culmination of 12 months of record sales growth and a series of comprehensive market analyses, to ensure that added capabilities would most closely align with present and future customer needs.
Heading up the new operations is Jesse Bonfeld, vice president of business development, a 25-year veteran of the global sensor & instrumentation, semiconductor, medical, aerospace and defense industries. Prior to joining Sherborne Sensors in 2008, Mr. Bonfeld held a series of progressive senior management and sales management roles. He holds degrees in both biochemistry and chemical engineering from the University of Arizona, and has extensive experience in working with numerous Fortune 100 companies, as well as with all branches of the U.S. military.
Bonfeld notes, “The primary goal in establishing Sherborne Sensors Inc., is to make it even easier for new and existing customers to acquire our products. We are confident that having dedicated North American operations will provide even more timely and comprehensive service, and will further facilitate our unprecedented growth in this region.”
Sherborne Sensors Announces New North American Operations
September 17, 2009