WAGO North America has appointed Shaun Nagi as regional sales manager for British Colombia, Canada. Nagi brings both technical knowledge and a sales background to WAGO. He holds a Diploma in Industrial Instrumentation and Control and has extensive experience in sales; he worked for 4 years in Industrial Sales for Wesco Distribution 3 years as an Automation tech for Associated Labels, and 2.5 years in Electrical-Hydraulic sales for PSI Fluid Power.
“I am excited to work with the WAGO team to bring unique solutions to help solve our customers’ problems,” Nagi said. “My goals are to create strong relationships with my customers as well as our distributors, and to increase sales in my territory year over year.”
Tyson Horne has been named the regional sales manager for Utah, which will also cover parts of Idaho, Wyoming and Montana. Horne has a degree from Weber State University in Technical Sales and has since gained extensive experience in the field. He has worked in sales for companies such as ProMold, Crum Electric, and Walter Surface Technologies. He looks forward to applying his sales experience in his territory.
“I am excited to be on the ground floor helping customers with their projects,” Horne said. “I look forward to sharing WAGO products in the region in order to make them very well-known and increase sales in the process.”
WAGO has named John Bukowski as its new distribution channel manager of North America. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Technology and Automated Manufacturing from the ITT Technical Institute. Professionally, he brings a wealth of experience to WAGO having worked in technical sales for over 30 years in companies such as Eaton, Pepperl + Fuchs and Schneider Electric.
“I’m looking forward to having the opportunity to work with a team focused on growth with the Automation and Interconnect products and taking the great channel we have established and moving it to the next level,” Bukowski said. “Our success will depend on building a best in class channel model that drives demand for our products in the Automation, Electronics, Lighting and Contractor markets globally.”
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