09-Feb-2012 - Ocean Optics Inc.

Ocean Optics Expands OEM Team

Dr. David Creasey promoted to Director of OEM Business

To meet the growing global demand for its OEM engineering services, Ocean Optics has appointed David Creasey, Ph.D., to the newly created position Director of OEM Business. Creasey will lead the company’s dedicated OEM sales and engineering teams in providing expert integration support to original equipment manufacturers.

As Director of OEM Business, Creasey will lead the global OEM engineering and sales teams, located at Ocean Optics’ ISO 9001-2008 certified manufacturing facilities in the United States, Europe and Asia Pacific.

Creasey joined Ocean Optics in May, 2010 as OEM Sales Manager for EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) and has achieved significant growth in these regions, working with customers from product inception to product release. Prior to joining Ocean Optics, he served as the OEM Sales Manager for Photonic Solutions in Edinburgh, Scotland, and earlier as a Development Engineer for BAE Systems in Southampton, England. He received his BSc. (Hons.) and PhD in Chemistry from the University of Leeds (United Kingdom).

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