JENSEN USA HIRES COLUCCIO, PROMOTES CHADSEY, NETUSIL
PANAMA CITY, Fla. — Jensen USA has added a new employee to its sales team and promoted two other employees, the company reports.
Carmen Coluccio has been hired as a regional sales manager, Michael Chadsey has been promoted to regional sales manager, and David Netusil has been promoted to project manager.
Most recently, Coluccio was director of laundry for Gaylord Entertainers. His other industry experience came while working for Five-Star Laundry, Imperial Laundry Systems and Morgan Linen Services.
Chadsey graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. Previously, he was a system designer within Jensen USA’s Design and Engineering department, where he specialized in sorting bin and belt design for Futurail.
Netusil has been promoted to project manager. He has more than 24 years of industrial laundry equipment sales experience (including 20 years with two distributorships) and has been with Jensen for the past four years.
CONTINENTAL GIRBAU PROMOTES MARTIN, ANDERSON, HIRES HULL
OSHKOSH, Wis. — Continental Girbau has made some changes in its personnel, promoting Tari Martin to director of marketing communications and Laura Anderson to graphic designer while hiring Jodi Hull as advertising assistant.
Martin joined Continental in 2005 as Continental Creative Services (CCS) graphic designer. CCS provides advertising, public relations and marketing services to Continental distributors and their
customers across North
In her new role, Martin is charged with overseeing all aspects of advertising, public relations and marketing for Continental, its divisions, subsidiaries and brands.
Anderson joined the Continental team in 2010. In her new role, she handles a mix of design and production
work, focusing on the development of print collateral and direct mail materials for CCS.
Hull comes to Continental with 16 years of graphic design, marketing and print production experience. Most recently, she served as a design specialist at Ep-Direct Printing.
AMERICAN DAWN STREAMLINES DIVISIONS UNDER SINGLE MANAGEMENT TEAM
LOS ANGELES — With renewed focus on customer solutions, American Dawn (ADI) is streamlining all current divisions (Institutional, Hospitality and Healthcare) under one management team, the company says.
Vyto Tozer has been appointed vice president of sales and marketing. The 25-year company veteran is charged with all areas of marketing, sales, product development and customer service.
“ADI plans to offer more application-specific products along with ready-to-market solutions for our customers,” Tozer says. “We are moving from an ‘us’ model to a ‘customer solutions’ model, which holds us all accountable for customer success in the marketplace.”
Steve Kallenbach has been appointed director of market solutions. The 35-year industry veteran will lead growth initiatives and retention dynamics.
“We see our customers’ markets changing and make it our responsibility to lead and respond to these ever-evolving needs, with relevant products and branded solutions,” Kallenbach says. “We are building talent to target new markets and help our customers grow. Simply put, it is our committed goal to be the market leader in providing customer-centric solutions that extend beyond just product.”
ARCO/MURRAY NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION CO. MAKES MATA PARTNER
OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill. — Elliot Mata has become a partner and shareholder of ARCO/Murray National Construction Co., the firm reports. Mata is a director of operations, overseeing all operational responsibilities of the Process Division. He started with ARCO/Murray in 2005.
“Elliot is integral to our success,” says Brad Dannegger, vice president and regional manager. “He has led ARCO/Murray’s development into a predominant design builder in the process niches/industries we pursue.”