Haver & Boecker names three US sales managers

By |  February 8, 2019
From left to right: Block, Knight, McMaster

From left to right: Block, Knight, McMaster

Haver & Boecker named named Brian Block, Wayne Knight and Scott McMaster as its certified sales managers for the United States. According to the company, these additions are part of its focus on expanding its direct sales coverage in the United States.

In this position, all three sales representatives will focus on bringing processing solutions to mines and quarries across the U.S. to increase plant productivity.

Block will serve Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico; Knight will cover Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas; and McMaster will serve Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York Pennsylvania and Ohio.

“Mining and aggregate companies across the U.S. are often unique to the regions in which they operate based on the products they produce,” says Peter Kilmurray, vice president of sales at Haver & Boecker Canada. “They require people that understand their operations and the challenges they face. Brian, Wayne and Scott all have valuable experience in our industry, but more importantly, they understand what makes the regions they represent unique to others throughout the country.”

Block has a background in industrial manufacturing as an area sales manager. Knight has 25 years of industry experience, including 18 years in mineral processing. McMaster has a background in aggregate, asphalt, construction and industrial sales, which includes 21 years of direct regional sales experience in the northeastern United States.

Haver & Boecker manufactures equipment and provides solutions for aggregate, mining, minerals, chemical and food applications.

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