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Harpak-ULMA Packaging names Brad Heit regional sales manager

Brad Heit, Harpak-ULMA Packaging

Brad Heit joins Harpak-ULMA Packaging, LLC, Taunton, Mass., as regional sales manager for the company’s Southwest territory. He will be based in Austin, Texas.

Heit has 15 years of experience in packaging equipment and material sales, including sales of semiautomatic and fully automatic packaging equipment to the food, general manufacturing and high-tech computer and computer parts industries. His expertise includes horizontal flow wrap, shrink, stretch, vertical form/fill/seal, labeling, case sealing and case erecting. He also has been involved in the sale of flexible laminate and mono-layer films, both printed and unprinted.

Harpak-ULMA is the North American distributor of G. Mondini tray sealers, ULMA primary packaging equipment and RAMA secondary packaging machinery, as well as a full-service supplier that offers customer installation, training and ongoing technical support.

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