JPB Système appoints Robert Farhat as Sales Engineer at its US office

In his new role, Robert Farhat will be responsible for driving the company's growth in key market segments, primarily aerospace, as well as other industries

JPB Système, the leading manufacturer of efficiency-enhancing technology solutions for aerospace, aeronautic and other industries, announces the appointment of Robert Farhat as Sales Engineer at the company's North American office in Cincinnati (OH).


Robert joins JPB Système after eight years with STANLEY Engineered Fastening (Stanley Black and Decker), where, having gained a wealth of experience across sales/strategic application roles, he progressed to the role of Global Product Manager.

Bringing extensive expertise in product and business development to his new role at JPB Système, Robert will be responsible for driving the company's growth in key market segments, primarily aerospace, as well as other industries. As part of his remit, he will oversee product development operations and provide support to both existing and new customers.

Robert's appointment comes as part of JPB Système's continued efforts to build and drive collaborative, proactive relationships with customers and ensure provision of vital ongoing technical support and consultation amid challenging trading conditions.

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