Brandeis Machinery and Supply, a Bramco company, had announced the promotion of David Coultas to president. Coultas succeeds Gene Snowden and assumed his responsibilities for the entire Brandeis operation starting Jan. 1.
"David Coultas has spent this past year preparing for this role. With his exceptional relationships throughout the industry and with our customers, I am confident he will provide great leadership for our organization," said Michael Brennan, CEO of Brandeis Machinery.
Mike Paradis, chairman of Brandeis Machinery, concurred.
"David is a wonderful leader and a great asset to Brandeis," he said. "I look forward to working with him and growing this organization with him."
Coultas expressed his commitment to preserving the legacy and trust Brandeis has shared with its customers and the equipment industry for more than 110 years.
"Brandeis Machinery is such a valued partner to its customers," he said. "I am pleased to be able to continue these great traditions. I look forward to working with both our customers and our employees to grow our organization."
Coultas is a native of Louisville and attended college at the University of Kentucky. He joined Brandeis 20 years ago and was vice president – regional sales manager for 14 years before being promoted to executive vice president last year.
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