NSL Analytical builds New England region staff

Jim Martin to lead materials testing and analysis business in the Northeast US.

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NSL Analytical Services, Inc. (Cleveland, OH, US) announces the appointment of Jim Martin as business development leader in the New England states. Mr. Martin brings more than 39 years of industry experience in business development, sales and marketing in testing and instrumentation. His knowledge and experience in spectrometry, materials testing, and physical quantification will enhance his position. He is an active member and contributor to technical groups, has published numerous articles, and has been recognized for his activities in support of ASM International, Society of Plastic Engineers and others.

“It is really great to have Jim join our team to support our customers and answer questions about testing and how NSL can support them in meeting testing needs of their products,” said Larry Somrack, president. “Jim’s experience, technical and business education, and knowledge of customers in the Northeast is a real asset for NSL.”

Martin's responsibilities include assisting NSL's customers with business and technical needs. He is charged with helping customers in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Island and Connecticut meet their testing requirements with NSL’s broad range of thorough, accurate, timely objective materials analysis, testing, characterization and consulting services.

NSL customers can be found in many markets and industries ranging including aerospace, medical devices, plastics, automotive, electronics, metals forming, heat treating, energy, nuclear, organic polymers, pharmaceuticals, ceramics and optics.

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