Friday, April 12, 2024

AMP and AHS strengthen European sales teams with new appointments

In a significant move to drive strategic growth within the European market, global leaders in material handling and processing equipment, Advanced Material Processing (AMP) – which incorporates the expertise of Kason Corporation and Marion Process Solutions – and Automated Handling Solutions (AHS), comprising Spiroflow and Cablevey Conveyors, have announced the addition of three new regional managers to their European sales teams. The appointments underpin AMP and AHS’s ongoing commitment to delivering innovative solutions to their customers.

With extensive experience as a pre-project engineer, sales manager for powder handling, and a project manager for liquid processes at a leading carton packaging company, Marc LeMeut brings a wealth of experience and a fresh perspective to the AMP and AHS sales teams. As a regional sales manager, his main objective is to further develop the sales pipeline for AMP and AHS equipment and processes in France and Benelux, leveraging his skills and experience to spearhead growth in the region.

Covering Spain, Italy, Portugal, Cyprus and Malta, Jan Pohl assumes the role of regional sales manager for South Europe. Jan’s background as a managing director for a German subsidiary in Spain and Portugal, coupled with his specialisation in the sales of high-tech solutions and automation, positions him as a key asset in understanding the South European markets and consultancy sales processes. Motivated by AMP and AHS’s technological edge and their vision for market and sales development, he is committed to building trusted commercial relationships within his territory.

Bringing nearly two decades of B2B sales experience, along with insights from his roles in purchasing and production departments, Andrzej Maj is the new regional sales manager for Central-East Europe, covering regions from Estonia to Croatia. Andrzej’s background in management and marketing, combined with his passion for robotisation and automation, equips him with a unique understanding of the daily challenges production managers face. Andrzej’s goal is to ensure that AMP and AHS are the first point of contact for customers in his region seeking solutions for conveying or processing challenges.

Commenting on the appointments, Tom Finnegan, director of sales – AMP/AHS, said: “Bringing Marc, Jan and Andrzej on board is a testament to our strategic focus on growth and our dedication to serving the EMEA market with innovative and tailored solutions. Their diverse experiences and unique perspectives are invaluable as we continue to expand our reach and deliver excellence. We are confident that their contributions will not only enhance our sales strategies but also strengthen our relationships with customers and partners across Europe.”

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