puraDYN Appoints Finkbeiner as Regional Manager

Tuesday, December 10, 2002
puraDYN Filter Technologies Inc. announced that John C. Finkbeiner has joined the company’s sales team as Regional Manager – Northeast, after having served as product marketing manager with Mack Trucks, Inc.. Finkbeiner will be responsible for developing and servicing end users and distributors/dealers in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont. Kevin G. Kroger, puraDYN’s President and chief operating officer said: “ It is with great pleasure that we welcome John to the company. We are confident that he will be a powerful driver for our sales team. John’s credentials bring him a high level of respect in the industry, allowing him to play a critical role in expanding puraDYN’s customer base. John’s addition continues our commitment to reach the business objectives and the financial targets that we have set for our firm.” Finkbeiner joins puraDYN from Mack Trucks Inc. where he held positions in the Distribution, Inventory Planning, Purchasing and Product Marketing departments for the last 28 years A graduate of Widener University in Pennsylvania, Finkbeiner holds a BS degree in Business Administration.
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