Bomag appoints Matt Nelson director of dealer sales – West region and Canada
Matt Nelson to lead Bomag’s Territory Sales team and distribution network support
Bomag Americas, Inc. has appointed Matt Nelson as director of dealer sales, West Region and Canada. In this position, Nelson will be responsible for the overall sales leadership, support and development of Bomag's distribution and field sales team in the Western U.S. and the entire country of Canada.
Nelson brings 20+ years of capital and road construction equipment sales, distributor and sales management experience to Bomag. Most recently he worked with Epiroc, developing and leading a sales organization focused on the product support business for dealers in the mining market segment. During his career in the construction equipment segment Matt was responsible for sales and dealer development, representing the Atlas Copco Road Construction product lines. Prior to that, Matt worked in the rental equipment industry as a district manager for Wacker Corporation successfully growing sales with both independent and national rental companies.
"We are excited to have Matt join the Bomag team. He brings with him a proven track record in working with dealers in the road equipment industry, says Cole Renken, vice president sales and marketing for Bomag Americas. Matt's experience in the road equipment industry and associations makes him well qualified to lead the Bomag distribution sales team in the Western U.S. and Canada.
"Bomag's full line of compaction equipment, milling machines, recycler/stabilizers and Cedarapids paving equipment offers asphalt roadbuilding contractors everything they need to be successful in their business," comments Nelson. "I am excited for the opportunity to lead the experienced Bomag field sales team and look forward to contributing to the advancement of Bomag's exceptional reputation with our road building customers."
The Eastern U.S. Region will be managed by Jamie Winkler, director of dealer sales, East Region. In addition to his leadership responsibilities in dealer sales for the Eastern U.S., he will take on key account management and association work throughout North America.
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