Key Technology Names New Area Sales Manager for PNW

March 5, 2020

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Key Technology Names New Area Sales Manager for PNW
Jesus Acevedo, pictured here, was appointed as the new Area Sales Manager for the Pacific Northwest US for Key Technology. Image courtesy of Key Technology

Duravant company Key Technology announced the appointment of Jesus Acevedo as Area Sales Manager for the Pacific Northwest US on Wednesday. Acevedo is responsible for bringing Key’s high-performance digital sorting, conveying and other automation systems to customers that process fruits, vegetables, potatoes, nuts, snack foods, poultry and more.

“We’re excited to have Jesus back at Key. When he was a sales engineer here several years ago, he acquired a deep understanding of our products and the needs of our customers, and since then, he’s gained a lot of direct sales experience. Now, he’s here to partner with food processors and deliver solutions that improve product quality, increase yields and reduce operating costs,” said Ray Kramer, Senior Direct of North American Sales at Key. “Jesus possesses a great combination of technical know-how and people skills – he’s a terrific resource for our customers.”
 
Acevedo brings four years of experience selling food processing machinery and other capital equipment. Most recently, he was an Account Manager at Raymond Handling Concepts and, prior to that, a Sales Representative with PRO Sales. Previously, he was an International Sales Engineer at Key. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and biomedical engineering from the University of Washington.

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“Key is a high caliber company, respected and trusted for its innovative technology and unparalleled service. With our industry-leading VERYX digital sorters and Iso-Flo vibratory conveyors, we’re helping food processors increase their productivity and efficiency. Since recently adding Herbert’s root crop solutions to our family, we have even more to offer,” said Acevedo. “I’m grateful to have the opportunity to rejoin Key. There is a wonderful atmosphere of camaraderie here that I enjoy – a culture that encourages teamwork, which fuels our success.”
 
Based in Yakima, WA, Acevedo is taking responsibility for the territory that was handled by Denny Snyder, who is retiring after almost 20 years with Key.

Key Technology designs and manufactures automation systems including digital sorters, conveyors and other processing equipment. Applying processing knowledge and application expertise, Key helps customers in the food processing and other industries improve quality, increase yield, and reduce cost.  Key manufactures its products at its headquarters in Walla Walla, WA; Beusichem, the Netherlands; Hasselt, Belgium; and Redmond, OR. Key’s domestic facilities are certified to the ISO 9001:2015 standard. Key offers customer demonstration and testing services at five locations including Walla Walla, Beusichem, and Hasselt as well as Sacramento, CA and Melbourne, Australia; and maintains a sales and service office in Santiago de Queretaro, Mexico.

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