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Röhm Appoints Three New Regional Sales Managers

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The company says that Mark Thompson, Josh Vanderveer and Jonathan Napier bring a range of experience that will help support sales of its products in the Midwest and South. 


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Röhm Products of America has hired three new regional sales managers. Mark Thompson now serves the Midwest; Josh Vanderveer works with customers in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kansas; and Jonathan Napier serves Georgia, Florida, Alabama and Western Tennessee.

Mr. Thompson comes to the company with experience providing custom engineered manufacturing solutions to a range of companies, from Tier One suppliers and job shops to first-time users of CNC equipment. 

Mr. Vanderveer also brings sales and manufacturing expertise and comes from a cutting tool supplier, where he served as a territory sales manager.  

Mr. Napier joins the team from outside the machine tool industry, having previously owned his own business, and brings a range of sales and business experience. 

“Adding Mark, Josh and Jonathan to our team enables us to strengthen our presence in these regions,” says CEO Matthew Mayer. “They all bring solid experience and proven success that will help us grow our business and enhance support to our new and existing customers.”



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