Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC), a leading global manufacturer of dust, fume and mist collection equipment, has promoted four members of its sales management team to new positions.
John Dauber, who joined the company in 1998 and most recently headed up the U.S./Canada sales team, is taking on the role of Handte product manager for the Americas. Last year Camfil APC acquired Handte, a German manufacturer of dust collectors, oil and emulsion mist collectors, wet scrubbers and ancillary items that strategically complement the Farr Gold Series dust collection line. The Handte acquisition has greatly expanded the size of the company as well as the depth and breadth of product offerings. Dauber will oversee integration of these products into the Americas market.
Matt Caulfield, a seven-year veteran of Camfil APC, has been named director of sales – USA/Canada. Caulfield brings several years of sales management experience to this role, having most recently led the growing northeast U.S. territory and Canadian sales team. He will work closely with Dauber on the Handte product integration and will also have involvement in key OEM accounts.
|From left to right: John Dauber, Matt Caulfield, Rick Kreczmer and Greg Schreier.
Rick Kreczmer, an eight-year veteran of Camfil APC, has been promoted to director – aftermarket sales and corporate training. In this expanded role, Kreczmer will continue to manage the highly successful aftermarket filtersales group while having global responsibility as cartridge product manager. Additionally, Kreczmer will supervise the corporate technical and sales training program for company employees.
Greg Schreier, who has served for three years as Camfil APC metalworking market manager with 13 prior years as a sales representative, will now have a dual role as director – OEM accounts/metal and thermal spray market manager. Schreier and his team have spearheaded recent growth in these markets and have also expanded the company’s OEM account base.
All four managers will report to Thomas (Tomm) Frungillo, who was recently appointed vice president, Camfil APC Americas.