Keystone Precision Instruments has promoted Daniel Fletes to the position of robotic services manager. Fletes will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the robotic repair department of Keystone Precision Instruments and will report directly to Russ Carman, general service manager. In this role, he will help to streamline the repair process to assure that customers receive timely and accurately repaired robotic instruments.
Fletes has been with Keystone for three years. He began his career as a GPS repair technician.
According to Carman this move has been made “… in order to solidify our commitment to the ever growing demand in robotic repairs. We felt Dan to be a perfect fit for this position.”