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Meeco Sullivan Adds New Midwest Region Sales Manager

Published: Thursday, December 7, 2017

Ralph Morley, Sr. Vice President for Meeco Sullivan, announced the appointment of Matt Kress as the company’s new Midwest Region Sales Manager with responsibility for business development and customer service in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Minnesota.

Mr. Kress will be based in Cleveland, Ohio, and brings over 15 years of international leadership and sales management experience in supply chain sales, continuous improvement, and key account management. Most recently, Matt was Operations Manager for EMP Industries in St. Petersburg, Fla. Matt managed all aspects of EMP’s operations including manufacturing, sales, marketing, and distributor and supplier agreements. Matt has also completed the Marine Engineering CE Course at the University of Wisconsin and has earned the Six Sigma Black Belt certification from Villanova University.

Ralph Morley, Sr. Vice President for Meeco Sullivan, noted that, “We are excited to have Matt join our team and believe his thorough understanding of marina design and engineering coupled with his passion and commitment to excellence and first-class customer service will be a real asset to our customers and marina owners and developers in the Midwest.”

MEECO SULLIVAN is a leading supplier of freshwater and saltwater marinas and dock systems. Their product offering includes Galvanized Steel Dock Systems, Atlantic Glulam Timber Dock Systems, Sullivan Timber Dock Systems, Aluminum Dock Systems, Wave Attenuators, Rowing Docks, Residential Docks and Service Docks/Platforms. With over 107 years of combined experience, they are a recognized pioneer and leader in the design and construction of floating dock systems with thousands of marine installations worldwide. To learn more please visit www.meecosullivan.com or for more information contact Ralph Morley at [email protected].

Photo: Matt Kress


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