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Bunting Magnetics Adds Central U.S. Sales Reps

Article-Bunting Magnetics Adds Central U.S. Sales Reps

Bunting Magnetics Co., a producer of precision magnetic products for the worldwide food, recycling, printing, automobile, plastics, and electronics industries, has named two sales representatives for the states of Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, and Missouri.
Steve Swaney has been named industrial territory manager, responsible for servicing Bunting customers in the plastics, recycling, metal stamping, and general manufacturing industries. Before assuming territory sales responsibilities, Swaney previously handled inside sales for Bunting Magnetics material handling customers. He attended Wichita State University.
Mauricio Mendizabal has been named food industry territory manager, responsible for servicing Bunting customers in the powder and bulk, feed and grain, and general food industries. Mendizabal is fluent in both English and Spanish, and brings Bunting more than 15 years of domestic and Latin American sales experience. He attended the University of Kansas.
"I am pleased to welcome Mauricio Mendizabal to the Bunting organization, and to congratulate Steve Swaney on his promotion within Bunting,” said Bunting director of sales Rod Henricks. “The extensive experience these men bring to their new positions ensures that Bunting customers in their territories will be ably served."  
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