Kinedyne expands sales team

Kinedyne Corp. has expanded its sales forces with three new U.S.-based positions. Todd Jenkins has been hired as sales engineer and will work directly with the company’s sales force throughout North and South America. He will provide support and feedback back into the manufacturing process with particular focus on original equipment manufacturers as well as end users, the company noted. Jenkins joined Kinedyne in 2004 as manufacturing engineer

Kinedyne Corp. has expanded its sales forces with three new U.S.-based positions. Todd Jenkins has been hired as sales engineer and will work directly with the company’s sales force throughout North and South America. He will provide support and feedback back into the manufacturing process with particular focus on original equipment manufacturers as well as end users, the company noted. Jenkins joined Kinedyne in 2004 as manufacturing engineer.

Lisa Boyle has been hired as account executive-government sales. Boyle was most recently an inside sales representative for Ancra International. Boyle will work to expand opportunities for the company within the government and military sales channels, noted Kinedyne..

With Terry O’Connor having previously been promoted to national accounts manager, Gene “Buzz” Williams Jr. is taking over O’Connor’s former role as account executive-Southeast Region. Williams will provide product and sales support for distributors.

“As the market leader in load-securement products, it is appropriate that Kinedyne has a sales team featuring the industry’s most talented professionals,” said Larry Harrison, Kinedyne vpt of sales & marketing.

“We recently took some time to assess the needs of our diverse customer base with the goal of providing additional service upgrades while at the same time improving our relationships at all levels,” he added. “Our new sales and operations structure – including the addition of these three individuals to our team – will help us further enhance the service we provide to all of our customers.”

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