Jordan Joins IROCK as New Regional Sales Manager

IROCK believes the move strengthens their dealer network along the East Coast from Maine to Florida.

Tue December 03, 2013 - Northeast Edition
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Thomas Jordan joined the IROCK team in September 2013 and is working to strengthen the IROCK dealer network along the East Coast from Maine to Florida.
Thomas Jordan joined the IROCK team in September 2013 and is working to strengthen the IROCK dealer network along the East Coast from Maine to Florida.

IROCK Crushers has hired Thomas Jordan as its eastern regional sales manager. Jordan joined the IROCK team in September 2013 and is working to strengthen the IROCK dealer network along the East Coast from Maine to Florida.

“This company has one of the most extensive lines of crushing and screening equipment in the industry,” Jordan said. “I’m excited about gaining dealer representation along the East Coast and continuing to build the IROCK name in North America.”

Sean Donaghy, national sales manager of IROCK, said Jordan’s background in mechanical engineering helps him understand the equipment and how it’s manufactured, which is a major advantage in making sales.

“Thomas has a level of experience and knowledge that will put him right at home on our team,” Donaghy said. “His expertise and consultative approach go hand in hand with our goal to connect customers with dealers and provide the best products for any operation.”

In addition to building the dealer network and helping in the selling and service of IROCK equipment, Jordan trains sales teams and assists in developing new IROCK products and markets.

Prior to joining IROCK, Jordan has worked for past 17 years in the crushing and screening industry as a dealer manager and sales manager.

For more information, call 866/240-0201 or visit www.irockcrushers.com.




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