RIGOL Technologies Expands US Commercial Operation

RIGOL Technologies Expands US Commercial Operation

Bob Bluhm has been named vice president of RIGOL Technologies, with responsibility for both North American and European operations.

BEAVERTON, Ore. – RIGOL Technologies Inc., manufacturer of test and measurement products, has announced significant enhancements to its commercial operation, which the company says will help continue its rapid growth trajectory and better support its customers.
 
Bob Bluhm has been named vice president of RIGOL Technologies, with responsibility for both North American and European operations. Bluhm joins RIGOL with more than 25 years of experience in the test and measurement industry in product development, operations and sales; most recently serving as vice president and general manager of the Value Scope line of Tektronix, and vice president of distribution sales at Tektronix/Danaher.
 
"We are very excited to have Mr. Bluhm join our team," said Wang Yue, president of RIGOL Technologies. "His depth of product knowledge and strong industry record brings further credibility to our brand. His background in both product development and distribution management will help us to accelerate our rapid growth in the U.S. and EU as well as help to shape our long-term product roadmap.
 
"RIGOL is in the process of significantly expanding our sales and operations footprint in the U.S., which will allow us to better support our partners and customers. Through the addition of field-based channel sales managers, a new operations team and the opening of a new Beaverton, Ore.-based regional operations facility, RIGOL is demonstrating its long-term commitment to this marketplace, our customers and our partners," Yue added.
 
"I am very excited to join RIGOL," said Bluhm. "It is a company with a broad portfolio of products, a passion for innovation and a commitment to delivering unprecedented customer value. I look forward to helping establish RIGOL’s brand and more importantly, delighting our ever-expanding customer base."
 

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