Interblock DD, a specialist in the supply of casino electronic table games, announced on Friday the appointment of Todd Sims as the new vice president of operations at the Slovenia-based company.
Mr Sims will be based in the company’s Americas offices in Las Vegas, United States.
“As Interblock continues to expand globally, [Mr Sims'] experience in creating a cost effective service and logistics infrastructure, combined with a customer centric focus, will be critical to our success,” Interblock’s chief executive John Connelly said in a statement.
Prior to joining Interblock, Mr Sims was vice president of customer service at Bally Technologies Inc.
His appointment is the latest in a string of high-profile executive positions Interblock has filled. Earlier this month, the firm announced the appointments of Brad Glencross as product manager for the Asia-Pacific region, and of Bryan Coy as the company’s chief accounting officer.
The firm in August hired two other specialists for its Asia-Pacific team. Brett Surenne became Interblock’s service manager for the Asia Pacific region and Steve Yates was named sales manager for the state of New South Wales, in Australia.
Interblock, established in 1989, supplies fully-automated and semi-automated electronic table games and and also video gaming machines for casinos, gaming arcades and gambling halls.
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