Tu T. Tran Joins Pharma Tech Industries as Vice President of Sales & Marketing

Pharma Tech Industries, one of the largest pharmaceutical contract manufacturers and packagers of powder products in the world, has hired Tu T. Tran as its new Vice President of Sales & Marketing.

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Tu T. Tran Joins Pharma Tech Industries as Vice President of Sales & Marketing
Tu T. Tran Joins Pharma Tech Industries as Vice President of Sales & Marketing

Pharma Tech Industries, one of the largest pharmaceutical contract manufacturers and packagers of powder products in the world, has hired Tu T. Tran as its new Vice President of Sales & Marketing. Mr. Tran’s primary role will be developing and maintaining new supply chain relationships with both vendors and potential customers.

Mr. Tran comes to Pharma Tech with more than 20 years of business development experience, in a career spanning engineering, manufacturing, sales and marketing. He has a strong background in nutraceuticals, which will be especially useful as Pharma Tech looks to expand its market share in this burgeoning sector.

Most recently, Mr. Tran served as Director of Sales & Business Development for Nellson Nutraceutical, a contract manufacturer for nutrition bars and powders. Prior to that, he held business development positions with Archer Daniels Midland, the H.J. Heinz Company, and Nestle USA, among others.

“Mr. Tran’s sales and business development experience will help Pharma Tech continue its growth trends, particularly into the nutritional sector,” said Tee Noland, Chairman & CEO of Pharma Tech Industries. “His demonstrated ability to forge successful relationships with brand owners will help showcase our excellence in bringing seamless, tailored end-to-end supply chain fulfillment services and solutions across the prescription, OTC, nutraceutical, medical device and wellness product segments.”

Mr. Tran earned his MBA in Marketing from the Weatherhead Graduate School of Management at Case Western Reserve University, and his BS in Engineering from the Sibley School of Mechanical Engineering at Cornell University.

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