Flo components appoints two new Ontario sales managers
April 29, 2013
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Flo Components has appointed Greg Pottruff as territory sales manager for Southwestern Ontario and Dave Secord as territory sales manager for Eastern Ontario. Company officials say the primary focus of Pottruff and...
Greg Pottruff (left) and Dave Secord have been appointed territory sales managers for Flo Components' Southwestern Ontario and Eastern Ontario regions, respectively.
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Flo Components has appointed Greg Pottruff as territory sales manager for Southwestern Ontario and Dave Secord as territory sales manager for Eastern Ontario. Company officials say the primary focus of Pottruff and Secord will be to increase local availability of technical support to customers and build Flo’s client base in their territories.
Based in London, Pottruff has worked in sales and marketing for more than 18 years, with experience in the construction, automotive, agricultural and manufacturing industries. Most recently, as account manager at a bulk fuels and lubricants distributor, he managed a large Southwestern Ontario territory that spanned from Woodstock to Chatham and North to Exeter.
Oshawa-based Secord has more than 13 years’ experience in both sales and sales management positions in the industrial equipment, manufacturing, and automotive sectors – both nationally and internationally. Over the last five years, Secord worked as Canadian district manager for a major manufacturer of lubrication equipment and systems.
“Dave and Greg will make an excellent addition to our team of lubrication solutions specialists,” said Steve Matheson, Flo Components sales manager. “Both these gentlemen bring a whole new level of energy and extensive sales and industry experience that will help to further strengthen the relationships with Flo’s existing clients in their respective territories.”
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