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Kice Appoints New Regional Sales Manager

Alejandro Cardenas, regional sales manager, Kice Industries

Kice Industries announces the appointment of Alejandro Cardenas as a new regional sales manager.

In this role, Cardenas will be responsible for the oversight of sales throughout the Mexico territory, providing support for this customer base for the diverse product lines offered by Kice.

Cardenas holds a degree in chemical engineering and has spent the last seven years working for Polatecnia in the bulk solids industry in Mexico.

“Alejandro is a great fit for this position; his experience and knowledge will be a great asset for us as we support our customers in this region,” said Jeff Kice, Kice Industries. “We are excited for him to join our sales and support team, and I know he will build strong partnerships and add tremendous value to the customers in this area.”

About Kice Industries
Founded in 1946, Kice Industries is a fourth-generation, family-owned business based in Wichita, KS. with a team of approximately 300 employees, Kice designs complete industrial air systems and builds most of the equipment specified for these systems. Applications include pneumatic conveying, dust control, and aspiration. A multi-industry company, Kice Industries serves the grain, plastics, food, feed, wood, and minerals industries. Just north of Wichita, the manufacturing and office facility totals 200,000 sq ft on 25 acres. CFM Corp., a subsidiary of Kice Industries, is a gray and ductile iron foundry located in Blackwell, OK.

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