Atlas Copco Adds to Sales Team

press release
Friday, February 03, 2012

Roush appointed sales specialist for Atlas Copco Construction Equipment.


Jamie Roush has been promoted to the position of parts and service sales specialist at Atlas Copco Construction Equipment effective Jan. 1. In his new role Roush will report directly to Atlas Copco Aftermarket Vice President Matt Cadnum.


Roush was most recently an e-commerce program manager, a position in which he worked closely with Atlas Copco operations and customer centers around the globe. He has also worked as a territory manager for a power distribution company and has worked in customer service and technical service engineering.


Roush was heavily involved in the mergers of Atlas Copco Hurricane and portable compressors into the Construction Equipment business line. He said he looks forward to increasing the parts and service market segment for Atlas Copco in the United States by broadening the product portfolios directed at high pressure compressor customers.


“Jamie has extensive experience in customer and technical service with construction equipment products,” states Cadnum. “Since joining Atlas Copco in 2007, Jamie has held the positions of customer service manager and e-commerce program developer. In these roles he has gained vast experience with our customers and internal systems, which will be extremely helpful to succeed with this new mission.”

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