American Dryer Corp. Realigns Sales Responsibilities

Staff Writer |

FALL RIVER, Mass. — Equipment manufacturer American Dryer Corp. (ADC) has realigned its domestic sales responsibilities to take advantage of an expanding market to various corporate initiatives, the company reports. The realignment includes the addition of Richard “Rick” Murphy as Western regional sales manager, who will cover various states in the West as well as western Canada.

Murphy specializes in sales of technical products and brings more than 20 years of experience in new business development and distribution channel sales. Most recently, he managed North American sales for Money Controls, a United Kingdom-based company that manufactures electronic cash-handling systems for the self-service industry.

Chris Brick, who has been spearheading ADC’s launch of its vended washer program, now oversees distribution sales for all ADC products in various states in the East, while Corey Simonson continues to manage ADC’s Midwest and Eastern Canadian sales.

“Our growing position in the various laundry segments over the last few years has called for an expansion of our factory sales coverage,” says Tony Regan, senior vice president of sales and marketing for ADC. “Adding salespeople provides our customers with a resource and keeps us focused on continuing the exciting growth in 2013 and beyond.”


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