Steve Maxson joins Fermatex as VP of marketing and sales


Fermatex Vascular Technologies (formerly Gore-Jersey Shore and Adam Spence Corporation) recently announced that Steve Maxson has joined the company as VP of marketing and sales.

“I’m very pleased to have Steve join the Fermatex team at this exciting time of transition and growth. His technical experience and commitment to responsive service will ensure that we remain focused on our customers’ needs and continue to deliver the highest quality medical tubing solutions to our medical device customers,” said Mike Janish, CEO of Fermatex.

Maxson will be in charge of all sales, marketing and customer service activities for the company. He joins the company after having more than 20 years experience in extrusion and medical component manufacturing. He most recently served as director of global business development at American Kuhne.

“I am very excited to become part of the Fermatex team. The company’s extrusion technology and technical expertise is legendary and highly valued by our medical device customers,” Maxson said. “I am proud to be part of the next chapter in this storied company’s history.”

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