Robitaille Équipement inc. est fier d’accueillir Stéphane Grenier au sein de son équipe, à titre de directeur des ventes. Monsieur Grenier possède une solide expérience au niveau des ventes et du service à la clientèle plus spécifiquement dans le domaine des pièces d’usure pour l’excavation et des pièces et équipements pour le déneigement. Il a, entre autres, travaillé plus de 20 ans chez Tenco, société spécialisée dans la fabrication d’équipements pour le déneigement, en tant que directeur des ventes. De plus, il avait déjà travaillé pour DRL Beaudoin, société qui fait maintenant parti du Groupe Robitaille Équipement, en tant que représentant des ventes. Donc, c’est un retour aux sources pour monsieur Grenier.
Il assurera un support à l’équipe de représentants et contribuera au développement des affaires à travers la province de Québec
Nous souhaitons le meilleur des succès à Stéphane Grenier dans ses nouvelles fonctions.
Jocelyn Vigeant de Contrôles véhiculaires Protek est heureux d’annoncer la nomination de Fadi Joubran à titre de directeur général et ce, depuis le 1er mai dernier. Monsieur Joubran compte de nombreuses années d’experience dans le domaine de l’aménagement électrique et mécanique de véhicules utilitaires.
Contrôles véhiculaires Protek est spécialisée en conception, développement et installation de systèmes de conversion de courant, élaboration de câblage et filage électrique ainsi que l’installation d’équipement électronique spécialisé à bord de véhicules utilitaires, de services et d’urgences. Au Québec, elle détient l’exclusivité des produits Vanner, Kussmaul, InterMotive, Lifeline et plusieurs autres.
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) has elected Willie Harbert, vice president, sales, hydraulics group of Eaton, to the AEM CE Sector Board to fill an unexpired term.
AEM officers and directors work on behalf of all member companies, giving their time and talent to provide strategic direction and guidance for the Association’s business-development initiatives in areas including public policy, market data, and exhibitions, as well as technical, safety and regulatory issues and education/training.
“AEM benefits from the support of our member companies and the leadership talents of our Board members, who are selected to reflect an industry cross-section,” said AEM president Dennis Slater. “Their dedication helps ensure Association programs continue to meet member and industry needs, and we welcome Willie’s knowledge and participation.”
As vice president sales for Eaton’s hydraulics group, Mr. Harbert leads the OEM sales, customer service and sales support organizations in the Americas. He has held various leadership roles within the company, including plant manager; director, business development; director, sales; and product line business unit manager.
BOMAG Americas, Inc. is pleased to announce and welcome Matt Cadnum as vice president of Sales & Marketing. He will be responsible for the strategic sales leadership and support of BOMAG’s dealer and rental channel partners, marketing, product management and cultivating new business development growth opportunities.
Mr. Cadnum is a highly-driven industry professional who possesses a strong background in both aftersales and commercial sales responsibilities. The first 15 years of his career were spent in various aftermarket leadership roles with Allied Construction and Atlas Copco Construction Equipment. Most recently, he held senior management positions as vice president Sales of Atlas Copco Construction’s Rental sales team and vice president Hydraulic Attachments for Epiroc, a division of Atlas Copco Group.
“Matt’s extensive background in supporting dealer, rental and end use customers coupled with his hands-on management style, strong technical skills and sales orientation is exactly what BOMAG needs to help our customers expand their business with us,” stated Rob Mueckler, president of BOMAG.
The Canadian Airports Council (CAC) recently announced that Sam Samaddar, airport director of the Kelowna International Airport, has been elected as its new chair. Mr. Samaddar, who has served as the council's vice chair since 2016, succeeds Howard Eng, president and chief executive officer of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority.
“It has been a pleasure to work with Sam over the past 2 years during his time as vice chair of the CAC,” said Mr. Eng. “Sam brings extensive knowledge of the airport industry and has been instrumental in his airport's successful growth over the past decade, promoting the efficient movement of people and goods, and providing travellers with access to more air service options to the community.”
Sam Samaddar began his airport career at the Vancouver International Airport in 1988. In 1992, he began working for the Kelowna International Airport as superintendent of airport operations. In 2008, Mr. Samaddar was appointed airport director for the Kelowna International Airport. He is also a board member at Tourism Kelowna, Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission and Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA).
“I look forward to my new role with the CAC, as the national trade association working with government and other industry stakeholders to provide travellers with safe, comfortable air access that connects Canada with the world,” said Mr. Samaddar. “Canada's airports are an economic success story in this country. They are not only responsible for providing a safe, comfortable environment for travellers, they also play an important role in regional economic development and support nearly 200,000 direct jobs throughout Canada.”
In addition to serving as chair of the CAC, Mr. Samaddar also joins the executive committee of ACI-NA, the parent organization for the CAC, which represents airports throughout the U.S. and Canada.
“The partnership and collaboration between airports in Canada and the U.S. has never been stronger,” said Mr. Samaddar. “The multinational nature of ACI-NA means Canadian airports are able to work closely with colleagues on the U.S. side of the border to improve the cross border facilitation of travellers and goods, while learning from innovations and best practices being developed at airports around the world.”
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