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Paladin Attachments Welcomes New Customer Service Director for Heavy Attachments

Heller brings to Paladin a strong background in inside sales management, customer service roles and continuous improvement initiatives in a variety of business-to-business sales organizations.

Sat July 19, 2014 - Midwest Edition
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Paladin Attachments welcomes Christian Heller as the new director of customer service in the Akron, Ohio, office.

Heller brings to Paladin a strong background in inside sales management, customer service roles and continuous improvement initiatives in a variety of business-to-business sales organizations.

Prior to joining Paladin, Heller served as the regional contact center manager of Grainger Industrial and director of sales support of North America within the Barnes Group. As director of customer service, Heller will work closely with internal departments to enhance product support for Paladin Heavy Attachments, which includes three brands: JRB, CP and CustomWorks.

“Christian will join in our efforts to drive accelerated sales and service excellence through continuous improvement strategies, leadership behaviors, organizational and process effectiveness, as well as team member engagement. He also will work with our organization to capitalize on past and present improvements and, more importantly, help elevate our focus on customer service excellence as we move forward,” said Dave Crummy, vice president of dealer sales.




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