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Process Control Corp. Hires New Sales Reps

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Process Control Corp., Atlanta, has hired new regional sales peps for the Northeast and Great Lakes regions.

Steve Hesser, president of Hesser Associates, joined Process Control in April of 2015. Steve launched Hesser Associates in 1997 and has found success in branding an exclusive manufacturing representative agency for the Northeast in the converting, printing, paper and plastics industries. Hesser resides in New Hampshire and is working on helping to grow the company’s business in the Northeast.

Dean Grosel has 24 years of sales experience in the web processing and converting Industry. His specialty is web handling for printing, coating, laminating and slitting. He is also responsible for application and technical information on all products. He is a graduate of Ohio University with a technical degree in Management Information Systems. He worked as a computer programmer for three years before starting into the family business.

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