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Scott Robben, the new Regional Sales Manager at Wm. W. Meyer. Image courtesy of Wm. W. Meyer

Wm. W. Meyer and Sons Inc. Hires Scott Robben

Industrial solutions firm Wm. W. Meyer announced the addition of Scott Robben as Regional Sales Manager this week. Robben lives in Kansas City and will support customers in the Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Iowa territories. 

Robben is an accomplished sales and business development expert who brings more than 15 years of experience in relevant fields. 

Most recently, he was with FCX Performance in Lenexa, MO.  Robben brings to Meyer extensive sales expertise, skilled leadership and proven strategic planning experience.

“Scott is a person who can come on board and make an immediate impact,” said Fergus Keane, National Sales Manager, Wm. W. Meyer & Sons. “He’s an accomplished team player who will assure our continued growth and further our reputation for providing superior customer attention.”

Now in its fourth generation, Meyer has focused on developing a solid foundation with the best people, state-of-the-art equipment, and an excellent physical plant.  Libertyville, IL-based, Meyer Industrial Solutions Division produces premier system components for dry bulk material processing equipment, pneumatic conveying, and dust collectors. Precision engineered and manufactured in America, Meyer is known for its robust rotary valves, sanitary airlock feeders, flap gates, knife gates, screw pumps, gravity diverters and more. 

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