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GOMACO Names Mohr Western U.S. Sales Manager

Mohr started at GOMACO in the 3D Machine Controls Department as a field service technician.

Fri October 28, 2016 - West Edition #22
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Logan Mohr has been named GOMACO’s new district sales manager of the western United States.
Logan Mohr has been named GOMACO’s new district sales manager of the western United States.

Logan Mohr has been named district sales manager of the western United States. Kent Godbersen, GOMACO's vice president of worldwide sales and marketing, made the appointment. Mohr replaces Jim Hayward who had been in charge of the territory since 1978 and will be retiring from GOMACO.

Mohr's territory as a GOMACO district sales manager will include Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Utah, Montana, Nevada, Arizona, western Wyoming, Alaska and Hawaii. He will be responsible for the sales and support of GOMACO's full line of concrete construction products and managing the distributor network within his territory.

Mohr started at GOMACO in the 3D Machine Controls Department as a field service technician. He has traveled extensively in North America setting up 3D guidance systems on all models of GOMACO equipment and working directly with GOMACO customers.

“He brings a unique blend of qualifications to the position with his engineering and 3D background,” Godbersen said. “He will serve our customers well in the western United States.”

For more information, visit www.gomaco.com.


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