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RotoMetrics announces sales appointments

January 22, 2013

John Langdon will be responsible for managing sales and customer service relationships in Canada.

RotoMetrics has announced the appointment and promotion of John Langdon to national sales manager, RotoMetrics, Canada. In this newly created role, Langdon will be responsible for managing sales and customer service relationships within the Canada region.

Langdon joined RotoMetrics in 1998 and has held increasing roles of responsibility within the company, including internal sales, technical sales and account management. As an account manager, he increased business growth in Montreal and Western Canada. Langdon brings to RotoMetrics 28 years of experience within both printing and converting industries. "Customers see John as a true asset, in leadership, experience, and insight, to the success of their businesses," the company says.

RotoMetrics also announced a new sales appointment at its Germany location. Graham Rowe has been appointed to the role of sales manager, responsible for strategic territories within Germany and Belgium.

Reporting to the region’s sale director, Rowe will be responsible for supporting external sales and business development initiatives; and providing technical support to customers. Rowe has worked in the Industry for the last 13 years, starting out in internal sales, moving on to key accounts and eventually to the position of sales manager with a previous company.

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