FlexXray®, a world-class inspection and recovery service provider to food companies, is pleased to announce it has hired Chris Keith as Vice President of Sales and Customer Service.
With this latest investment, FlexXray continues to add to its efforts to deliver best in class responsiveness and service to its food company customers.
Chris brings 13 years of experience in the Food and Beverage industry to FlexXray. Over the course of his career, he has held positions of increasing responsibility in the disciplines of direct sales/marketing, sales team management, customer service, and administrative leadership.
Along with serving on the Division Leadership Team, his most recent role included responsibility for overall sales, marketing, and consumer activation within his region. Delivering value to his customers and organizational foundation for excellent customer service are at the core of his many successes.
Chris will head up Sales and Customer service for FlexXray. In this capacity he will have responsibility for leading FlexXray’s project management and customer response teams. Additionally, he will also have responsibility for market and new customer development. Chris will work closely with the rest of the FlexXray executive team to make sure customers are fully versed in all FlexXray offerings.
“We are thrilled to have Chris join FlexXray,” said Kevin Fritzmeyer, Chief Executive Officer of FlexXray. “He is a great addition to our growing management team and will focus on further developing the X-ray inspection services market.”
Based in Arlington, Texas, FlexXray® is the nation’s leading foreign material inspection company, serving a majority of the largest food companies in North America. With customers all over the U.S. and Canada, FlexXray inspects food products for all types of potential contaminants and foreign materials such as metal, plastic, rubber, gasket, and bone. Its custom-built direct x-ray technology detects issues before products go to market, saving clients millions of dollars each year. Inspections take place in the company’s newly built, temperature-controlled 60,000 square foot warehouse.