A number of changes have been made at APC Automotive Technologies, including in its Canadian market.
The changes represent an opportunity to enhance its overall organization and the impact of the company’s national sales force, APC said in an announcement.
Among the changes, strategic account executive David Young has taken on all sales-related responsibility for the company in the Canadian market. He will work directly with APC’s Canadian customers and existing representative agency relationships to boost sales across the country.
Young will be reporting to Jayme Farina, who will continue to lead the traditional markets program for all APC’s brands. Pat Balbo has been promoted to strategic account executive. He will cover the Northeast territory. Balbo has been with AP Emissions for more than 12 years and will be responsible for several key named accounts as well.
APC also added a number of new key sales executives to its traditional sales team:
Greg DelGozzo, sales director for the Eastern region.
Ryan Bomaster, regional sales manager for the Northeast region.
John Schommer, territory sales manager for the Central region.
Anthony Flow, territory sales manager covering the Western New York and Pennsylvania areas.
Ted Radomski, territory sales manager for the New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York areas.
David Wolsky, territory sales manager, will spearhead sales efforts across the New England area.
“These key appointments represent a critical step in expanding our coverage, both nationally and in Canada,” Farina said. “They will go a long way in helping us to enhance our overall sales efforts and dramatically increase our ability to provide even more direct support to our customers.”
APC promoted a few others in different areas.
Tony Edwards was promoted to vice president of sales for the Retail Market.
In its heavy duty, feeders and specialty markets, Don Orrell was been promoted to director of heavy duty sales and Roger Blaschke was promoted to the position of strategic account executive for the feeder segment.