Polyonics Reaffirms Commitment to Delivering Innovative Solutions to Asia-Pacific Market


Polyonics Reaffirms Commitment to Delivering Innovative Solutions to Asia-Pacific Market

Polyonics®, a leader in high-temperature and harsh environment label and tag materials, announces that industry veteran Alvin Poon has joined as Director of Sales and Business Development in the Asia Pacific region. The announcement comes as part of Polyonics’ forward-looking commitment on creating strong loyalty among its business partners and customers using the company’s unique personal chemistry approach and innovative engineered solutions, including those for electronics manufacturers in the Asian market.

“I am very excited to have Alvin join our team here at Polyonics. We pride ourselves on not only having the highest quality products but also on having the best team of people working together to solve our customers’ most challenging label applications. Alvin’s experience, integrity and professionalism will strengthen our presence in the Asia Pacific region and enable us to grow through relationships with our partners and customers in all of our served markets,” said Jim Clemente, President and CEO of Polyonics.

Poon’s career in the labels industry started back in the mid-nineties, including sales roles at Brady Corporation and Honeywell (former LXE). In 2011, he was the Labels & Packaging Category Manager for HP’s Indigo Division in Asia Pacific and Japan. Most recently, Poon was the Regional Business Development Manager for Epson, where he drove collaboration company-wide to ensure successful project delivery for product launches and spearheaded the adoption of an agile channel structure to execute efficient and more effective routes to market.

Poon will draw from his over 24 years of experience in the label industry to strengthen relationships with hundreds of industry partners and customers across the region. “I'm very excited and honored to join Polyonics. Polyonics is renowned for its strong customer focus and outstanding quality. I believe we will continue to bring innovative solutions and products that performs in high temperature environments to the industries we serve,” said Poon.

According to Clemente, the company’s then insightful decision to follow and support electronics manufacturers as they moved to Asia in the late 1990s was a key factor in Polyonics’ success over the past 25 years. “The Asia-Pacific market is clearly very important to the success of our core business and under Alvin’s leadership, I’m confident the team will continue to drive success in the region,” concluded Clemente.

For more information about Polyonics topcoats and label materials, please visit www.polyonics.com.

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