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5/4/2016 | 1 MINUTE READ

Röhm Hires Five Regional Sales Managers

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The various additions serve across the United States and Canada.


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Röhm Products of America (Suwanee, Georgia) has expanded its customer sales and support team with the addition of five regional sales managers. This move is intended to increase visibility and support for the company’s workholding and end-of-arm tooling in North America. The new managers include Al Dopf serving the mid-Atlantic United States; Edward Borsos serving Michigan and Canada; Jennifer Allison serving the Western United States; Jimmy Clark serving the Southeast and Northeast United States; and Rodney Payton serving Kansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas and Missouri.

Mr. Dopf returns to the company after a brief stint as the regional manager for an accessory distributor representing Röhm. He has extensive product knowledge as well as metalworking experience from more than 30 years in sales positions at a controls distributor, a machine tool dealer and as a regional manager for a machine tool builder.

A 26-year metalworking veteran, Mr. Borsos has experience supporting customers in the Michigan market. Prior to joining the company, he held two positions at MSC Industrial Supply, first as a metalworking technical sales associate, then as a metalworking outside sales associate.

Ms. Allison has 30 years of experience in sales and marketing in the metalworking industry at companies including cutting tool manufacturers, machine tool distributors and a machine tool manufacturer. Most recently, she was a regional sales manager for Kennametal Extrude Hone.

Mr. Clark’s sales and manufacturing experience spans 19 years and includes recent positions as the regional sales manager for Hardinge and DMG MORI.

Mr. Payton brings 25 years of manufacturing experience in the oil and gas, aerospace, general engineering and fitness industries. Before joining Röhm, he was a sales engineer at Walter Valenite.


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