Hastings Manufacturing Company has announced the expansion of its sales team servicing the North and South American aftermarket regions dubbed “the Americas.”
As part of the company’s global growth focus, 33-year Hastings veteran Jeff Guenther has been appointed to oversee the Americas. This organizational change will allow for a focused sales and support effort at a regional and global level, officials say.
“Hastings strategy is simple. It is to provide more value and service to the market focusing on one thing, piston rings, and doing it better than anyone else,” Guenther said.
Hastings also announced the addition of Dan Qualls to the Americas team, as well as Mike Jackson, a 13-year piston ring industry veteran.
Jose Segovia will continue to serve as the director of sales Latin America and will ensure advancing business in the region all under the umbrella support of Americas Team.
Britta Kingsley has been named the customer service specialist/customer-oriented driven manager, who will oversee all aspects of service and support for the Americas.
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