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Aaron Madsen, manager of the Nova-Tech’s sales and marketing department, discusses his upcoming move to Shanghai, China, during an interview Thursday in his Willmar office. Madsen will move to China next month to develop the Chinese corporate headquarters for the company that develops and manufactures equipment for handling and vaccinating newly hatched poultry. Tribune photo by Ron Adams

Nova-Tech executive moving to China to establish overseas office for Willmar, Minn., company

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WILLMAR — Chinese customers are waiting in line for Nova-Tech products, and the company is quickly developing the infrastructure to deliver the goods and provide service.

A key part of that effort will be Aaron Madsen, who leaves on Monday for Shanghai to develop the China corporate headquarters for Willmar-based Nova-Tech.

Madsen, 33, is currently manager of the company’s sales and marketing department and will add the title of general manager of Nova-Tech Asia.

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Linda Vanderwerf

I cover education issues for the West Central Tribune and have worked for the paper since 1995. I have worked in journalism since 1981.

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