Drytac Announces New Role For Western Canada Territory Sales Manager
Peter Bourgeois will extend responsibility into the Northwest USA region.
Drytac (Brampton, ON, Canada) announced that Peter Bourgeois, territory sales manager for Western Canada, is to take on an extended role within the business by additionally assuming responsibility for the northwest USA region.
Bourgeois will be responsible for new and existing customers in Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, Alaska and Hawaii in the US, while continuing to service the Western Canada region.
Prior to joining Drytac, Bourgeois spent time as an account manager for Agfa, where he was in charge of the management and sales of the Agfa portfolio of products in Western Canada through distribution partners and direct sales. Bourgeois was also a Western North American Customer Business Manager at Unisource Canada, a role in which he oversaw a team of 20 sales representatives in Western Canada.
“Peter has been a great asset to the company since joining us four years ago. He has been instrumental in boosting sales in Canada and will use his expansive knowledge of Drytac’s products and solutions to support existing customers across the North West USA,” said Hayden Kelley, CEO of Drytac.
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