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Kinedyne Canada announces new product manager for Steadymate line

TORONTO, Ont. -- Kinedyne Canada has announced the newest addition to its team, Jim Hillis, who will serve as produ...

TORONTO, Ont. — Kinedyne Canada has announced the newest addition to its team, Jim Hillis, who will serve as product manager for the Steadymate line. Hillis will be responsible for Steadymate’s performance, brand and image, market research, and the marketing and sales initiatives

“Kinedyne prides itself on demonstrating excellence in engineering, manufacturing, distribution, and customer service.” said Larry Harrison, general manager, Kinedyne Canada. “With Jim representing the complete Steadymate line, we know we will be able to continue our practice of exceeding our customer’s expectations. We welcome Jim to the team and look forward to learning from his knowledge and experience.”

Hillis joins Kinedyne after working at a large warehouse distributor in the automotive industry. He proved himself to be an innovative and valuable contributor to the company by creating and managing its automotive and heavy-duty sales program. During his employment, Hillis also succeeded in the building and development of five remote branch locations and was involved in launching Canada’s first automotive marketing program for a major buying group.

Beyond his professional accomplishment, Hillis is also a respected member of the community.He has served three terms on the HDDC (Heavy Duty District Council) and co-founded the “Time out for the Children” Foundation, which has raised over $100,000 for Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children in recent years. Jim currently sits on a provincial government committee, which is studying business growth and retention for Northern Ontario communities.

For more information on Kinedyne Canada visit or call 800-268-3530.

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