ACG to boost Mexico presence with appointment of Jessica Alfaro

ACG Engineering, a division of ACG, the integrated pharmaceutical solutions and manufacturing company, has appointed Jessica Alfaro as territory sales manager for the Mexico region, as the company seeks to vastly increase its presence in the territory.

In her new role, Jessica Alfaro will be responsible for promoting ACG’s portfolio of process and packaging machinery in Mexico, establishing new bonds with customers through the commitment of providing integral solutions to improve their processes.

With a passion for engineering, Jessica previously worked as a sales engineer for Nicolás, Sven, Pacheco Y Andresen, Design and Engineering. Her responsibilities included the monitoring of technical specifications and industry standards, as well as the continuous development of the overall product offering.

She also led board sessions, assigning requirements to valid use cases that highlighted the capabilities of the product. In addition, she worked closely with customers and the engineering team to determine the needs of the process and the requirements of the system.

Commenting on the appointment, John Carey, vice-president of Sales at ACG Engineering, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Jessica into this pivotal new role. ACG is currently placing real focus and investment in the Mexico region for our process and packing machinery supporting both pharmaceutical and nutraceutical manufacturers with state-of-the-art technologies. We believe her experience and dedication will play a key part in building strong customer relations in the area.”

Jessica Alfaro added: “I am delighted to be joining ACG, and embracing the challenges associated with gaining a deep understanding of our clients and providing them with the best solutions to help drive their business success.

“I am excited by the idea of applying my analytical skills to design efficient and sustainable processes. My chemical engineering background gives me the opportunity to merge my passions for problem solving and teamwork, allowing me to contribute to the development of technologies and solutions that have a positive impact on the world around us.”

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