Dynamic Conveyor Hires Additional Sales Manager
Dynamic Conveyor hires additional inside sales person to assist with growing sales of DynaCon and DynaClean Conveying Systems.
Dynamic Conveyor Corp. Muskegon, Mich., has hired Jeremy Loyselle as a Sales Territory Manager to assist the manufacturer of conveyors. Loyselle brings many years of experience in sales and customer service. Loyselle will focus on assisting customers in conveyor design and layout for both the DynaCon and DynaClean conveyor lines.
“Jeremy brings a strong sense of what good customer service is and how to effectively work with customers,” said Jill Batka, president of Dynamic Conveyor. “By assisting our outside sales team, Jeremy will support our growing customer base for both the DynaCon conveyor line and the DynaClean food processing conveyor line.”
Loyselle will develop and maintain relationships with manufacturing companies who find value in the DynaCon plastic modular conveyors. DynaCon conveyors provide custom lightweight, modular alternatives to traditional conveyor systems that required custom fabrication and that could not be modified without great expense. DynaCon conveyors are plastic reconfigurable custom conveyors that allow for flexibility and sustainability.
The company recently introduced the DynaClean sanitary conveyor line to the food processing industry. DynaClean conveyor systems are designed to save food processors money. The patented design allows the food processing conveyor to be quickly disassembled without the use of tools, cleaned and returned to service in half the time of a traditional food processing conveyor. The simple design requires no maintenance, lubrication or need for belt tracking. As the DynaClean conveyor line is quickly becoming a major contributor to the overall sales for Dynamic Conveyor, the addition of Loyselle is vital in supporting these sales.
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