Port Huron, Michigan – MAPAL Inc. welcomes John B Hoy II as the company’s new vice president of sales & marketing for North America. John will be responsible for sales, team leadership, strategic initiatives, driving revenue as well as general management responsibilities.
Hoy comes to MAPAL with extensive knowledge and experience from the cutting-tool industry, having held senior management positions for various cutting-tool companies in the United States. He holds a BS degree from Lawrence Institute of Technology in Southfield, Michigan.
“I look forward to leading the sales and marketing teams as our strategic initiatives are achieved. MAPAL has a great reputation in the industry as a world-class supplier and I feel privileged to be part of this organization,” Hoy says.
MAPAL President and CEO Torsten Buchwald states, “We are very excited to welcome John to our team at MAPAL. He brings with him the necessary skills of strategic thinking and the ability to deliver the results that are required as we continue to grow and expand our market share. He will be instrumental in guiding the sales force to their next level of development.”
Deryl Carter has been promoted to the position of vice president of MAPAL Inc.’s business development for the United States & Canada. Carter will be responsible for sales, market development, channel management, strategic initiatives, and general management responsibilities targeting customer accounts outside of the automotive Big 3.
Carter joined MAPAL in April 2015 as the regional sales manager for the North West. He has been in the cutting tool industry for 30+ years, has covered accounts all over the U.S., and for the past 20 years he has been in sales management directing sales people in the U.S. and Canada.
“I am extremely excited about my new position with MAPAL. As VP of business development I will be tasked with developing our sales growth outside the GM, Ford, and FCA markets. I look forward to being a part of the MAPAL family management team and directing our sales force into the future,” Carter notes.
Source: MAPAL Inc.