Hoover Container Solutions Names Matis Sales Director

Posted by Eric Haun
Wednesday, February 05, 2014
Matt Matis

Hoover Container Solutions,a subsidiary of Hoover Group, Inc., has named Matt Matis as director of sales for the Gulf of Mexico region. Matis is based in Thibodeaux, La., and will work closely with Hoover’s facilities in Port Fourchon, New Iberia and Scott, La. 

Matis will lead Hoover’s Louisiana sales efforts with a focus on the offshore industry while managing several major customer accounts. Additionally, he will work closely with the Hoover and Dolphin Energy Equipment teams to develop an integrated product and service offering to better support customers. Hoover acquired Dolphin, a leading offshore equipment provider, in October 2013.

Prior to joining Hoover, Matis worked for Swire Oilfield Services in Houma, La., for seven years where he most recently served as the Louisiana sales manager. Matis graduated with a bachelor’s degree in general studies and a minor in family and consumer science from Nicholls State University.

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