Kirby-Smith Hires Kellerstrass as GM, Product Support

Tue May 21, 2019 - West Edition #11
Kirby-Smith Machinery

David Kellerstrass
David Kellerstrass

Kirby-Smith Machinery Inc. announced David Kellerstrass as general manager, product support sales. Kellerstrass will manage product support sales operations, which includes oversight of 16 product support sales representatives for the company. He will focus on growing parts and service opportunities for KSM, partnering with industry suppliers and engaging KSM's customer base to ensure their satisfaction. Kellerstrass will work out of the Dallas office.

Kellerstrass has more than a decade of experience in Komatsu dealership operations, joining KSM after a diverse 11-year career in sales and management at Power Motive Corporation in Colorado. In that position, he served in roles as a territory salesmen, rental operations and fleet general manager, and most recently as a corporate product support sales manager.

"David is well known in our circles for his leadership, work ethic and ability to build strong relationships with customers, suppliers and teammates. We are very fortunate to have him join our team at Kirby-Smith," said Brad Campbell, vice president of product support.

Kellerstrass is enthusiastic about his new team and will focus his managerial efforts on putting them in the best position to be successful.

"I'm a firm believer in cultivating the skills of the people around you so they can grow, problem solve, succeed and build relationships," said Kellerstrass. "Kirby-Smith is a great organization because of its people and I'm excited to be a part of what we are building."

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