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Flexco introduces Meacham as new head of North American sales


May 16, 2012
By Andrew Macklin

flexcomeachamMay
16, 2012, Downers Grove, Ill. – Flexco, one of the world’s largest suppliers of
belt maintenance products, recently appointed Kerry Meacham to the position of
Director of North American Sales for Flexco.

flexcomeachamMay
16, 2012, Downers Grove, Ill. – Flexco, one of the world’s largest suppliers of
belt maintenance products, recently appointed Kerry Meacham to the position of
Director of North American Sales for Flexco.

In
this position, Meacham will oversee all Flexco sales and service activities in
the U.S. and Canada. He will be responsible for maintaining sales and
distribution strategies that support growth targets in the largest global sales
region.

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“Kerry
comes to Flexco with a wide breadth of experience,” Tom Wujek, Executive Vice
President and Chief Operating Officer for Flexco, said. “We are looking forward
to using his vast industry knowledge and sales and marketing prowess to
continue to grow the North American market.”

Meacham
worked at Designed Conveyor Systems for more than 10 years, starting as a field
installer and working his way into a sales and account management role. From
there, Meacham worked 13 years for Orchid International, a metal stamping
company in the Nashville area, in a variety of sales, marketing, and business
development roles before earning the position of Vice President, Sales and
Marketing. Most recently, Meacham served as General Manager of Branch
Operations and U.S. Field Sales at Beltservice Corporation.

Meacham
holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Communications from Lipscomb
University in Nashville and an MBA from Vanderbilt University.

“I’ve
known the Flexco name since 1984 and have always held it in high regard,”
Meacham said. “After getting a glimpse of the plans for the future of this
organization, I knew I wanted to be a part of the Flexco team. I am excited to
have the opportunity to work with such a great group of people and look forward
to the challenges ahead.”