Muncie Power welcomes new sales manager

July 7, 2017
Muncie Power Products, Inc. introduced zone sales manager Brian Burt, the company’s new sales team member for the Northeast.

Muncie Power Products, Inc. introduced zone sales manager Brian Burt, the company’s new sales team member for the Northeast.

Burt came to Muncie Power Products in April 2017 with a background in fluid power and sales experience. He will serve the company’s channel partners within New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont and Connecticut.

Muncie Power Products, Inc. is a manufacturer of power take-offs and fluid power components. Since 1935, Muncie Power Products, Inc. has been serving the truck equipment and other fluid power markets with quality products and services. Headquartered in Muncie, Indiana, Muncie Power Products, Inc. maintains manufacturing and distribution facilities across the country as well as a global distribution network. 

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