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CDF Corp. Names VP of Sales

Article-CDF Corp. Names VP of Sales

CDF Corp., a leading manufacturer of drum, pail, intermediate bulk container, and bag in box liners and flexible packaging, has named Jay Waltz vice president of sales.

In his new role, Waltz will be responsible for creating and implementing overall sales operations strategies designed to help achieve the company’s business objectives. One of Waltz’s primary initiatives will be to identify and deliver revenue opportunities for the company’s new products. Additionally, he will be responsible for sales methodology and process, sales forecasting and optimizing the customer and partner sales experience.

“CDF is an innovative company with great products and talented people,” said Waltz. “We are poised for growth and I am honored to be part of this exciting team.”

Waltz comes to CDF with more than 30 years of experience in sales and leadership. Before joining CDF Corp., he served as vice president of sales at Fulflex Inc., a manufacturer of thin-gauge specialty elastics, where he helped global account teams achieve significant growth in revenue and market share. Waltz also co-developed and implemented the custom mixing division at Fulflex. Prior to Fulflex, Waltz was the VAR channel sales director at Global Knowledge, where he was responsible for developing the market for the OnDemand Software product line. While at Global Knowledge, Waltz pioneered the government channel and earned the Top Sales Achievement Award for the highest sales revenue in the company.

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