An Named AVP North America China Sales

Thursday, June 25, 2009

MOL has announced the appointment of Andrew An to the position of assistant vice president North America China sales. An joined MOL’s Atlanta office in 1997 as an account executive, and has since served in various sales assignments in the Southern and Midwest Regions, including import district sales manager of Chicago and sales manager (China sales) of Long Beach, CA. A CPA, An graduated from the University of Illinois in 1988 with a Master of Science in Accountancy. He will be based in MOL’s Long Beach office reporting directly to Jim Galligan, vice president pacific services, MOL (America), Inc.

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