Drytac Appoints Northeast Territory Manager
Cathy Radoncic is a 35-year veteran of the print industry.
Drytac (Richmond, VA) has appointed Cathy Radoncic as its Northeast territory manager.
She will oversee the growth and support of the Drytac dealer network across the region, working with customers to bolster the self-adhesive manufacturer’s presence in the market, the company said in a media release.
Her territory includes Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia.
Radoncic has worked in the print industry for more than 35 years across a range of management roles with both manufacturers and suppliers.
“Adding Cathy to our US team is a real coup for us,” said Drytac CEO Hayden Kelley in the release. “She is hugely respected within the industry and will bring an incredible level of knowledge and experience to the company.”Advertisement
“I’m delighted to be joining Drytac,” Radoncic said in the release. “I’m looking forward to working with our dealers and customers across the Northeast region and supporting them to identify the solutions that will help them to grow their businesses.”
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