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Material Transfer Welcomes New Senior Sales Rep

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Deron Seibert, senior sales representative, Material Transfer & Storage
Deron Seibert will be responsible for developing new customer relationships

Material Transfer & Storage (MTS), an industry leader in the custom design and manufacture of bulk bag filling, conditioning, and discharging systems, has named Deron Seibert as senior sales representative. 

In this role, Seibert will be responsible for developing new customer relationships, expanding MTS' presence in new geographies, and enhancing the company’s ability to solve bulk material handling challenges.

“We’re excited to have Deron on board at MTS,” said Sergio Carrillo, director of sales, MTS. “His depth of experience and industry knowledge will better enable us to meet the growing needs of our customers as we continue to provide the highest quality systems to the marketplace.”

Seibert brings more than 25 years of experience in sales management for bulk material handling and material processing equipment. Prior to joining MTS, Seibert served in multiple sales capacities helping build and lead regional accounts across the US.

“I was immediately drawn to Material Transfer when I learned about the company’s commitment to quality,” said Seibert. “The entire MTS team is dedicated to designing, building, and delivering the highest quality equipment and systems in the industry. I look forward to working with the team as we grow our customer base and leverage our competencies to help transform customers’ operations.”

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