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Cube Route announces new sales headquarters, VP sales

TORONTO, Ont. -- Cube Route will be establishing sales headquarters in Chicago in order to accommodate its rapidly ...


TORONTO, Ont. — Cube Route will be establishing sales headquarters in Chicago in order to accommodate its rapidly growing North American customer base. Last year in the U.S. Cube Route’s customer roster grew by about 200 per cent, with a projected growth of 300 per cent in 2006.

“Establishing our sales headquarters in the U.S. is part of a strategic move to support our rapid growth in this market,” said Alex Walker, CEO of Cube Route. “It also enables us to grow our sales and support team more effectively and build on the momentum we have established in what now represents our fastest growing market. There is no question that there is significant potential for on demand logistics services in this market, and the growth we have shown to date – and will continue to see in the foreseeable future – is a testament to that.”

The company also announced the appointment of William (Bill) Green as vice president of sales. Green will be responsible for guiding direct and indirect sales functions, and managing the company’s North American sales team.

“Bill is a tremendous asset to have on our executive team. He is a proven high performer who will play a key role in our business going forward,” Walker said.

Green has more than 10 years of sales and management experience in the technology and logistics sector. Prior to joining Cube Route, he was U.S. district sales manager for Pivotal Corporation, where he was responsible for multimillion-dollar revenue plans for the company’s suite of CRM products. He previously spent three years with Delano Technology Corporation as director of sales where he was responsible for the development and management of regional sales teams and revenue targets.


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