New President Appointed at Princeton Instruments
News Jul 19, 2013
Princeton Instruments (PI) has announced the promotion of William Asher to President of Princeton Instruments.
Mr. Asher previously held the position of Vice President of Product Development and Engineering for the past eight years.
Prior to working at Princeton Instruments, Mr. Asher was General Manager of Balzers Optical Corporation and Executive Vice President of Operations and Engineering at Boston Advanced Technologies and On-Site Analysis. He received his B.S.M.E. from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
“Princeton Instruments has a storied history of providing the highest quality products and support to the scientific research community and leading edge OEM laboratory equipment manufacturers,” comments Mr. Asher.
Mr. Asher continued, “Our product portfolio is the strongest ever and our outstanding staff remains committed to assisting our customers around the world.”
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