Foley Announces Promotion of Pohndorf to Product Support Sales Manager

Pohndorf will be responsible for growing the business in parts and service while managing the customer support representatives.

Tue April 07, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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As the product support sales manager of the construction division, Pohndorf will be responsible for growing the business in parts and service while managing the 
customer support representatives.
As the product support sales manager of the construction division, Pohndorf will be responsible for growing the business in parts and service while managing the customer support representatives.

Foley Incorporated has announced the promotion of Mike Pohndorf as product support sales manager of the construction division, reporting to Tom Wagenblast, vice president of product support.

Pohndorf started his career at Foley in 2002 within the on highway division as an account manager for customers with Caterpillar truck engines. He also spent time working with customers purchasing emission retrofits for installation on refuse trucks, school buses and private coach fleets.

In 2009, Pohndorf transitioned to an on highway product support representative, providing both parts and service support for his territory. In 2013, he moved to the power systems division as a rental account manager, where he was responsible for calling on customers in his assigned territory to assist them in the rental and rent-to-purchase options for generators.

As the product support sales manager of the construction division, Pohndorf will be responsible for growing the business in parts and service while managing the customer support representatives.

“After more than 10 years here, and working in different areas at Foley, Mike has a very thorough understanding of our customers and their needs. His attention to detail and commitment to outstanding customer service have already proven to be an asset both to the company and to our customers,” Wagenblast said.




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