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Chip Supply Welcomes Lupton Associates to Sales Team
Date:7/13/2010

ORLANDO, Fla., July 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Chip Supply, Inc., a global provider of semiconductor die and specialized packaging solutions, is pleased to announce the addition of Lupton Associates to its domestic sales team to represent Chip Supply in Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina's Research Triangle Park. Lupton was specifically chosen as a partner because of its unique ability to provide existing and potential customers with the same kind of value-added service for which Chip Supply is known.

Sales Engineer Tom Osso, a 14-year veteran with Lupton Associates, will personally represent Chip Supply in the assigned region. He has extensive experience in electronics design and manufacturing, as well as a proven ability for bringing integrated, forward-looking solutions to customers. He understands the unique demands of the industries Chip Supply serves, in particular, the military and medical industries, and the need to consistently meet the often competing requirements of design, reliability, schedule and cost. As Osso describes it, "Chip Supply and Lupton are a good fit because we both excel at bringing both near and long-term value solutions to our customers."

Chip Supply agrees with Osso's assessment of the relationship. As Tony Hamby, Chip Supply's Vice President of Marketing and Sales explained, "We look for strategic partners, like Lupton, who will enhance our product and service offerings and will work hard to build long-term relationships both with our company and our customers. We are pleased to have a firm of Lupton's caliber on our team."

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