Valvoline Makes Appointments, Expands In Western Canada
Valvoline Canada has announced two recent appointments. Bryan McIntyre has joined Valvoline as territory business manager of DIFM sales for the Hamilton/Niagara and Thunder Bay territory. McIntyre wil...
Valvoline Canada has announced two recent appointments. Bryan McIntyre has joined Valvoline as territory business manager of DIFM sales for the Hamilton/Niagara and Thunder Bay territory. McIntyre will report to Michael Paul, national DIFM sales manager for Valvoline Canada. Also, Scott Demay has been appointed to the newly created role of Valvoline specialist, chemical business manager, where he will report to Mark Coxhead, general manager of Valvoline Canada.
An 18 year veteran of the company, Demay will be responsible for driving the introduction of Valvoline Professional Series (VPS) automotive service chemicals. Valvoline Canada also announced a strategic sales alliance with Specialty Sales & Marketing Inc. (SS&M) for the distribution of the Valvoline family of products in Western Canada. Starting June 1st, 2009 SS&M will work as an integral part of the Valvoline Canada sales group to market Valvoline lubricants, Zerex antifreeze, VPS service chemicals and Eagle One appearance products in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.
“This strategic partnership with SS&M will provide significant sales representation and expand the family of Valvoline products in Western Canada,” states Mark Coxhead, general manager of Valvoline Canada.
SS&M’s sales professionals will be working along with Jae Baragar, Valvoline Western region district manager. “The SS&M team is looking forward to expanding Valvoline sales in Western Canada, while working alongside the Valvoline team. SS&M views the Valvoline family of products as complementary strategic additions to our current sales portfolio,” adds John Vanstone, president of Specialty Sales & Marketing Inc.