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Laser Industry Veteran Jenifer Bunis Joins Rofin-Sinar Board

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PLYMOUTH, Mich., Dec. 9, 2015 — Industrial laser developer Rofin-Sinar Technologies Inc. has made Jenifer Bunis the eighth member of its board of directors.

"Jenifer joins the Rofin board with nearly 30 years of experience in the laser industry, and we are excited for the new insights and perspective she will bring," said Thomas Merk, CEO and president. "Her expertise in business development, strategic partnerships, and acquisitions will prove especially valuable as we continue to execute on our strategic plan to further grow revenues, improve our gross margin, control costs and deliver attractive returns for our shareholders."

With a bachelor's degree in optics from the University of Rochester, Bunis has held a variety of operational and leadership roles. Most recently she was vice president of business development for Laser Mechanisms Inc. She also spent 20 years at Synrad Inc., a designer and manufacturer of laser technology, where she held multiple positions including a 14-year term as executive vice president overseeing production, purchasing and materials management, and managing major OEM accounts.

Rofin-Sinar Technologies is a developer, designer and manufacturer of lasers and laser-based system solutions for industrial materials processing applications.
Dec 2015
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