Brandeis Machinery and Supply, a Bramco company, introduced Corey Wall as the new vice president, regional sales for the Indiana market. Wall will be based out of the Brandeis Indianapolis, Ind., branch.
"Corey is a great addition to the Brandeis sales management team. He brings over 16 years of dealer product management experience to this position. We look forward to having him further develop and grow our Indiana market," said David Coultas, president of Brandeis Machinery.
Michael Brennan, president and COO of Bramco, added: "Mr. Wall brings great experience to our business from both a sales and industry perspective. I look forward to working with him as he helps to grow our business. "
Wall looks forward to working on the dealer side of the industry.
"Throughout my career I have worked closely with dealers to increase their product knowledge and market share. I am excited to be working with a dealer such as Brandeis Machinery who is dedicated to not only their manufacturers and customers but also their employees. I look forward to continuing to grow and develop our Indiana relationships."
Wall has worked with more than 58 different dealers throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico throughout his career at Ingersoll Rand and later Volvo Construction. He continued to build on his road business experience through sales manager positions at VT Leeboy and most recently Wirtgen America.
Wall is a 12-year member of the National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) and has served on the Impact Leaders Steering committee for the last two years. He also currently serves on the boards of the Watoto Child Care Ministry (Uganda) and the Christian Embassy (Washington, D.C.).
Brandeis Machinery & Supply Company is a subsidiary of Bramco Inc. headquartered in Louisville, Ky. Brandeis, together with its sister company, Power Equipment Company, constitutes one of the largest construction and mining equipment distribution networks in the United States. Together they have 14 branches throughout Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, northern Mississippi and eastern Arkansas.
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