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Former U.S. Deputy Under Secretary of Defense to lead MS Tech’s expansion in North America

MS Tech, a global developer and manufacturer of advanced detection sensors, announced today that Dr. Stephen D. Bryen has joined the company as President.

 
PRLog - Jun. 28, 2011 - Herzliya, Israel, June 28, 2011 – MS Tech, a global developer and manufacturer of advanced detection sensors, announced today that Dr. Stephen D. Bryen has joined the company as President. Dr. Bryen will lead MS Tech's expansion into the food safety & product inspection, security and bio-medical diagnostics markets across North America.

Dr. Bryen has 40 years of experience in government and industry. He served as a Senior Staff Director of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relation Committee and as Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Trade Security Policy. Dr. Bryen also founded and served as the first Director of the U.S. Defense Technology Security Administration (DTSA), was the President of Finmeccanica North America, a global aerospace and defense electronics company, and served as the Commissioner of the U.S. China Security Review Commission. Dr. Bryen is also the Founder of SDB Partners, a global consulting firm based in Washington D.C. Dr. Bryen holds a PhD in International Politics from Tulane University.
“We are pleased that Dr. Bryen accepted this position in MS Tech. The breadth of his government and industry experience makes him an outstanding addition to our organization,” said Doron Shalom, MS Tech's CEO. “We welcome Dr. Bryen and look forward to continuing our expansion into North America.”

“The sensors industry is an exciting market sector constantly on the lookout for scientific and technological innovation and I look forward to leading the expansion of MS Tech's operations across North America," explained Dr. Bryen. “The Food Safety Modernization Act is causing significant changes to the food inspection activities in the U.S. We expect these changes to enable the implementation of hand-held food contamination sensors and detectors, which will enable to increase inspections of domestic food facilities, enhance the detection of foodborne illness outbreaks and better manage protocols and safety measures related to food recalls."

“We look forward to working with Dr. Bryen and forming new strategic partnerships involving the integration our novel detection sensors in various food safety & inspection, security and bio-medical diagnostics applications," added Doron Shalom.

About MS Tech Ltd.
MS Tech is a global developer, manufacturer and innovator of advanced detection sensors. MS Tech's technologies are based on its award winning and patented detection sensors, which represent a scientific breakthrough in the detection and identification of materials in gas, vapor and liquid phases. MS Tech's innovative sensor technologies are environmental friendly with widespread applications in several market sectors, including food safety & product inspection, security & people screening, bio-medical diagnostics, fire & smoke detection, water & air monitoring and aerospace. MS Tech develops, manufactures and supplies customized detection sensors and integrated solutions to its affiliates companies and other industrial OEM and resellers.

MS Tech invites inquiries about the application of its sensor technologies for the development of new products through strategic and commercial partnerships. For further details on MS Tech and its advanced sensor technologies please visit the company's website at www.ms-tech.co.il.

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