Eaton Shifts Inside Talent

Mike Sharpe, Region Sales Manager

BRAMPTON, ON— When Eaton started out in 1911, it was building truck axles from scratch to help trucks endure the rugged roads of the early 20th century.

In the 21st century, Eaton continues to help the trucking industry improve performance and increase profits. Understandably, over that past 100 years, their team and talent has changed many times over.

Here are some of the most recent changes:

Bud Ralf, Territory Service Manager

Mike Sharpe was named Region Sales Manager of the Eaton Roadranger Field Marketing Organization. He’s been with Eaton in Canada for the past nine years, most recently as Territory Sales Manager. In his new role, Sharpe will focus on developing sales strategies for the Canadian markets and managing the sales, service and parts field teams.

Bud Ralf was named Territory Service Manager in the Canadian Region of the Eaton Roadranger Field Marketing Organization. He’s been with Eaton in Canada for 13 years, most recently as Canadian Region Product Trainer. In his new role, Ralf will be responsible for carrying out the service strategies within the Greater Toronto Area.

Steve McCallum,Territory Sales Manager

Steve McCallum was named Territory Sales Manager in the Canadian Region of the Eaton Roadranger Field Marketing Organization. He’s been with Eaton in Canada for 18 years, most recently as Territory Service Manager. In his new role, McCallum will be responsible for carrying out the sales strategies within the Greater Toronto Area.

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