Destiney Eads Joins Taiyo America as Staff Accountant


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Taiyo America, Inc. has recently hired Destiney Eads to fill the position of staff accountant.

Destiney joins the team with over 10 years of accounting and customer service experience. This experience covers a wide range of industries including banking, CPA firm, construction and government.

In regard to Eads’ position, accounting manager David Brooks commented, “Destiney Eads has assumed the responsibilities of Lynda Bell after her recent retirement. Her duties include, but are not limited to credit and collections, account receivables, payroll, and assisting in the monthly close.“

When asked about her new position with the company, Destiney stated, “My overall goal is to become a valuable member of the team. I plan to take the skills and knowledge I have gained over the years and apply my fast, yet efficient flare, to the accounting dept. I hope to grow roots here at Taiyo for a long time to come. I feel I have found my forever career as part of the Taiyo family.”

Eads is a native of Carson City, where Taiyo headquarters is located, and will continue to reside there as a member of the Taiyo team.

About Taiyo America, Inc.

Taiyo America, Inc., a subsidiary of Taiyo Holdings Co., Ltd., is the world’s leading manufacturer of specialty inks and solder masks for printed circuit boards.

For over 25 years, Taiyo America has propelled itself into the latest technologies and trends, and continues to use its extensive worldwide R&D resources to further offerings and capabilities that include the latest in inkjet technology for legend ink.

The Carson City, Nevada facility offers specialty dielectric inks and via filling inks for use with microvia and build-up technologies, as well as thermal cure and UV cure solder masks and legend inks. New offerings include dielectric and conductive ink products for the printed electronics, and lighting and displays markets. For more information, click here.

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