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Bunting Magnetics Adds Sales Reps

Article-Bunting Magnetics Adds Sales Reps

Bunting Magnetics Co., a producer of precision magnetic products for the worldwide food, recycling, printing, automobile, plastics, and electronics industries, has expanded the professional staff at its Newton, KS headquarters.  
Gregory L. Massey has been named territory manager for standard products, responsible for sales in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Tennessee. A graduate of the University of Mississippi, Massey brings Bunting extensive sales and service experience in the dry bulk and powder industry and in the construction trade. He is fluent in Spanish, and is known to customers throughout the Americas
Alex J. Schlosser, has been named territory manager for standard products, with responsibility for sales in Southern California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Clark County, Nevada. He attended the University of California in Los Angeles. Schlosser held a similar position with Bunting in the early 2000s, and is familiar with Bunting products and customers.
"I am pleased to welcome two exceptional sales representatives to the Bunting organization,” said Rod Henricks, Bunting director of sales. “Alex Schlosser's familiarity with Bunting products and Greg Massey's familiarity with dry products mean that Bunting customers can benefit from application experience which ensures proper specification of the many custom products we manufacture."
For more information, visit www.buntingmagnetics.com.

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