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Columbian TecTank Announces New Sales Managers

May 12, 2010
Columbian TecTank is pleased to announce the addition of two new managers to lead to the company’s growing sales team. Erica Reading will serve as Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) sales manager, while Darin Cesan will lead the company’s liquid sales team in the role of liquid products sales manager. 

“We are fortunate to welcome Darin and Erica at a time when Columbian TecTank is experiencing significant growth,” said Sam Skobel, vice president of sales and marketing for Columbian TecTank. “They bring a structured, disciplined, and high-energy approach to sales and we feel they will complement our team very well. We are excited about the positive and forward-thinking leadership contributions that Darin and Erica bring to our dry bulk and liquid sales.” 

Prior to joining Columbian TecTank, Cesan served as regional sales manager for SPX Cooling Technologies. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts and is a LEED Accredited Professional with the United States Green Building Council.

Reading served as global industry manager for SPX Cooling Technologies. She is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and is a LEED Accredited Professional with the United States Green Building Council.

Columbian TecTank specializes in the design, fabrication, and construction of premium performance bolted and shop-welded tanks for both liquid and dry bulk storage applications. The Columbian TecTank proprietary OptiBond coating process featuring Trico-Bond EP epoxy provides the most technologically advanced tank coating available ensuring long-lasting corrosion and abrasion resistance and low maintenance requirements. The company operates ISO 9001-certified manufacturing facilities in Parsons, KS and Winchester, TN, as well as sales and administrative offices in eight countries worldwide. Columbian TecTank, a division of CST Industries Inc., has manufactured over 150,000 tanks since 1893 and they are found in more than 125 countries. 
                        
For more information, visit www.columbiantectank.com.