C&M Conveyor announces territory realignment

December 16, 2015
Dec 20, 2015. /Lesprom Network/. C&M Conveyor has announced that Mark Boardman, regional sales manager for the Western Territory, will be leaving the company on December 31, 2015 to pursue other opportunities.

"We thank Mark for his many years of outstanding service and dedication to C&M Conveyor and wish him the best in his future endeavors," said Randy Grube, vice president of sales and customer service.

Boardman will be succeeded by Tony Leckie who previously served as After-Market Product Support Manager at MarquipWardUnited, Div. of Barry-Wehmiller, a global manufacturer of corrugated machinery.

The company also announced several territorial realignments. Rob Recker will take over the Eastern Region including Pennsylvania and Virginia. Michael Korzyniewski will handle the Southern Region which now incorporates the Gulf States and the southeastern seaboard; Gil Buescher will continue his responsibilities in the Central Region; and Mikah Thorne will continue to represent the company in Eastern Canada.

C&M Conveyor is a leading supplier to the corrugated box industry, offering automatic chain transfer, strapper console, and moveable machine infeed and transfer car conveyors. C&M Conveyor also serves other industry segments and provides the folding carton industry with roll loading, mesh belt and stripping station conveyors, as well as dolly, release and catch conveyors.


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