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Foster Supply Chain Solutions Hires Brian Savel for Midwest Business Development Representative

Foster Corporation, a leader in material solutions for the critical application healthcare market segment since 1989 is pleased to announce the hiring of Brian Savel for the position of Foster Supply Chain Solutions (SCS)Midwest Business Development Representative. Savel brings an excellent and diverse track record of successful sales/business development experience to Foster SCS and his customers and potential customers.

Savel has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Western Michigan University in Business Administration/Supply Chain Management. He has worked in include medical, consumer, electronics, liquid handling, porous technologies, as well as IT hardware and software market segments.

 “Brian’s diverse background and successful track record will make him a great resource for Foster SCS and will allow him to create value for his Midwest customers,” says Larry Johnson, President, Foster Supply Chain Solutions.

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