Volume 43, Issue 9 - September 2008
Before accepting this position, Machado worked for three years at the KMT Waterjet headquarters in new application development and inside sales support.
The Wagner Companies
Knaak has been with the company for the past 20 years, serving in a variety of positions including receivables, sales, sales management and, most recently, production control.
As the new estimator/customer service representative, Alexander Harris will be responsible for estimating projects and servingthe needs of customers. In addition, Harris will be involved with the development of new manufacturing processes to support the railing systems business.
Blair Named Vice President of Sales for Armetco Systems Scott Blair has accepted the position of vice president of sales of Armetco Systems in Justin, Texas. Blair is an engineer with 30 years of experience in the metal panel business at the sales, management and executive levels.
Blair became an independent sales rep for Armetco in January 2005. In April 2006 he accepted full time employment as Eastern regional sales manager, then a year later was promoted to national sales manager. Blair opened the sales office in the Atlanta area in 2006 then headed up the opening of the company’s new fabrication facility in Monroe, Ga.
Morse Industries Promotes
Angel Yeh joins the company as purchasing manager at its corporate headquarters. In addition to domestic and offshore procurement for the company’s three warehouses, Yeh will continue the development and expansion of existing supplier networks.
Bruce Eagan has been hired as product manager within DORMA Architectural Hardware’s product marketing team. Eagan will be responsible for DORMA’s commercial lock line. He has more than 27 years of experience in the door and architectural hardware industry, including 10 years running his own business. He holds a number of U.S. patents.
David Moyerwill hold similar responsibilities for the segment’s concealed door controls products. He has led the DORMA Architectural Hardware research and development team for more than nine years.
CGI Names Manufacturing VP and Senior Sales Reps Miami-based CGI Windows and Doors Inc. has named Ignacio Escobedo to the position of vice president of manufacturing. Escobedo brings more than 16 years of manufacturing experience from leading high tech companies to his new role overseeing all aspects of CGI manufacturing.
Tony Prummel and Ryan Duffield have been appointed to the newly created senior sales representative positions. Prummel will oversee sales activities for CGI in Florida’s Palm Beach and Broward Counties and Duffield will be responsible for Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties. Together they bring more than 20 years of window and door experience to CGI’s senior sales team.