Manac makes several personnel moves

SAINT-GEORGES DE BEAUCE, Que. — Manac has shuffled up its sales force and executive ranks.

Roger Gendron, formerly vice-president of sales at Manac since 1982 has taken on the position of vice-president, assistant to the president. He’ll be in charge of special projects, relations with major clients and will take an active part in the company’s future growth, Manac announced. He’ll assume his new duties June 28.

Tom Ramsden, sales manager for Ontario, will take on the role of vice-president of sales. Ramsden will oversee the development of sales and market growth, the company announced.

Luc St-Jacques, previously sales manager for the Montreal region, will now direct the sales team for the entire province of Quebec.

Aaron Gorman is rejoining Manac on June 21 and will serve as sales manager, Ontario. He’s currently the sales manager for another industry supplier.

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