People on the move … Bradford White, Saniflo, InSinkErator, Aquatherm, Superior Boiler
November 19, 2019
Bradford White Canada (BWC) has announced that Graeme Gilbert has joined the company as regional sales manager for Eastern Canada, covering Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic provinces.
BWC has also announced that Joe Drago has been promoted to Canadian product manager.
InSinkErator Canada has promoted Heather Ferris to eastern regional sales manager.
With 20 years of experience in the plumbing industry, she will manage sales activities from Ontario to Newfoundland and will collaborate with regional sales agencies to support growth and new opportunities.
SFA SANIFLO has appointed Teresa Cardona as marketing and communications manager for North America. She now leads Saniflo’s marketing and communications strategies from the company’s New Jersey office, traveling to Saniflo Canada’s head office in Cambridge, Ont., as required.
Michael LeBlanc has been appointed vice president of operations with Aquatherm, leading the company’s newly-created operations department. LeBlanc joined Aquatherm in 2014 and was most recently the regional sales manager in the southeast U.S. region.
The new operations department consolidates Aquatherm’s estimation, drafting, fabrication, fitting production, shipping, and inside sales functions. LeBlanc joins the company’s core management team and will report directly to CEO Jordan Hardy.
Fred Esleck has been promoted from area manager to regional sales manager of the Southeast U.S. region. And Aquatherm has added Dave Moore as regional sales manager for the northwest U.S. region.
Superior Boiler announced that Nick LeJeune has been named vice president, sales and marketing for Superior Holding, and Don Whitman has been named vice president, general manager of the company’s Richmond, Virginia-based industrial watertube division. LeJeune will lead the sales and marketing initiatives for all Superior Holding businesses, which manufacture products in both Hutchinson, Kansas, and Richmond. Whitman will be responsible for the Richmond facility’s day-to-day operations.
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