Win-Tron Electronics VP marks 25 years

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Win-Tron Electronics vice president of operations Mark Fala is marking his 25th year with the company.

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Win-Tron said Fala wears many hats, ranging from overseeing the customer service department to managing accounts receivable. He is responsible each month for tens of thousands of inbound and outbound shipments at the wholesale electronics dealer.

"Mark is an invaluable spoke in the Win-Tron hub," company president Eddie Winder said in a statement. “His ability to track the flow of products in and out of our building while keeping our customers satisfied has been a key component to our success all these years. Further, his knowledge of the marine industry and the people in it has given him unique problem-solving skills. We congratulate him on his many achievements."

Fala joined Win-Tron Electronics in 1989, having previously worked for Goldberg's Marine in Philadelphia.

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