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TURCK appoints NSW sales manager

04-05-2012
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TURCK appoints NSW sales manager

Rod MacKenzie … new appointment

TURCK has appointed highly experienced Rod MacKenzie as its NSW Regional Sales Manager.

Rod has had 15 years of sales experience, with an extensive knowledge of the industrial and process automation markets and product management expertise.

He will assist in TURCK’s continued growth in automation solutions.

MacKenzie brings in-depth industry knowledge to the Australia team, ranging from sensors to high-end networking solutions, strengthening TURCK’s expertise and development capabilities.

“With our direct to market model, we strive to meet and exceed our customers’ demand for more comprehensive technical service and support requirements,” said Cameron Dwyer, Managing Director of TURCK Australia. “We are excited to appoint a seasoned industry veteran whose skill in solution selling, problem solving and business development will enhance our core company initiatives,” says Mr Dwyer. “With an extensive knowledge base and technical focus, Rod will provide NSW customers with exceptional service and support for their sensing, connectivity and network I/O challenges.”

NSW born Rod MacKenzie began his career in the field as an electrical tradesman. Having spent years in the industrial automation market, he has held various management positions and brings direct sales experience to the job.

TURCK's extensive line of products includes advanced sensors, measurement, instrumentation, connectivity, interface and networks for factory and process automation markets.

TURCK Australia
Ph: 1300 132566
www.turck.com.au

 

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