Stauffer, Learmonth Promoted at ESAB

Wednesday, May 21, 2008
George Learmonth was named vice president of Strategic Accounts, North America

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products named Greg Stauffer to the position of vice president of Sales Support, effective October 15, 2007. Mr. Stauffer will oversee all sales support, including Inside Sales, Application Engineering, Customer Service, Training, Recruiting and Business Systems for the United States. He will be based in Florence, South Carolina.
Stauffer received a bachelor’s degree in education from Morningside College. Mr. Stauffer has been with ESAB for 28 years and served as Territory Sales Manager, Area Sales Manger, Regional Sales Manager, and Vice President of Sales.
ESAB Welding & Cutting Products named George Learmonth to the position of vice president of Strategic Accounts, North America, effective November 1, 2007. Mr. Learmonth will oversee sales activities to large end users and major distributors in the United States. He will be based in Hanover, Pennsylvania.
Learmonth received a bachelor’s degree in welding engineering from The Ohio State University and a master’s degree in business administration from Golden Gate University.  He has been in the welding industry for 25 years. He was promoted from Director of Strategic Accounts for ESAB.

  • Greg Stauffer  was named vice president of Sales Support

    Greg Stauffer was named vice president of Sales Support

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