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ALLPRO Imaging Promotes David Chu to Business Manager

ALLPRO Imaging, a leading manufacturer of digital imaging products for the healthcare, industrial, military, and security markets, announces the promotion of David Chu from Senior Product Manager to Business Manager. In this new role, Mr. Chu will oversee all cross-functional teams including sales, marketing, product management, engineering, purchasing and production for the ALLPRO Imaging product line.

Mr. Chu began his career at ALLPRO Imaging in 2010 as a product manager for the ALLPRO ScanX line. During this time, he refined the ScanX® Digital Imaging packages to include computer hardware and comprehensive imaging software for healthcare applications, providing a turnkey solution for those practitioners upgrading to digital imaging. Prior to coming to ALLPRO Imaging, Mr. Chu worked for AT&T and Motorola where he held various management positions and directed successful teams.

“I am eager to take on the role as Business Manager for ALLPRO," said Mr. Chu. “I look forward to continued business growth and strengthening partnerships with our distributor network.”

John Scott, Air Techniques’ president adds, “I am pleased to have David Chu step up to this role. His solid management experience will help to further define our presence in the ALLPRO markets.”

Mr. Chu holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from Polytechnic University and a Masters in Business Administration from Rutgers University.

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