Gasbarre Press Division expands team

May 14, 2018

Gasbarre Press Division expands team

Joining the Gasbarre Press Division are (left to right) Lesley Kline, Larry Dixon and Matt Undercoffer

 

Gasbarre Products, Inc, DuBois, Pennsylvania, USA, has announced the addition of three key members to its Press Division team. Joining the company are Lesley Kline, Business Development Manager, Larry Dixon, Automation & IoT Program Manager and Matt Undercoffer, Customer Service Application Engineer – Electrical.

“The addition of Lesley, Larry and Matt allow us to better serve our customers, particularly with aftermarket products and services,” commented Heath Jenkins, VP of Sales and Marketing for Gasbarre Press Division. “Gasbarre is pleased to have these valuable additions to our team and we, with their assistance, look forward to continuing to grow our ability to service our customers.”

Lesley Kline has 20 years’ experience in the Powder Metallurgy industry. As Business Development Manager, she is responsible for maximizing domestic powder metal capital equipment sales as well as aftermarket services and parts. Kline also assists in developing the strategies for the acquisition of new customers and for the retention of existing customers.

Larry Dixon will be responsible for managing the automation product offering for Gasbarre Press. He is accountable for the determination of customer needs, as well as for the design, deployment and installation of automated solutions to meet those needs.

Matt Undercoffer has joined the company as a Customer Service Application Engineer – Electrical. Undercoffer will be the main customer-facing representative for electrical issues, concerns or questions with installed equipment.

The Gasbarre Press Group, a subsidiary of Gasbarre Products, Inc, consists of four individual companies, with specialties ranging from mechanical and hydraulic presses, to high speed presses, as well as isostatic presses.

www.gasbarre.com

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