Experienced polymer-products representative Gary Croeser has officially become the Vesconite Bearings representative in the US. This was the announcement made by Vesconite Bearings chairperson Dr Jean-Patrick Leger last month.
“Croeser has successfully managed the Vesconite Bearings Texas warehouse since 2004,” he said.
“I am very pleased to advise that we have now retained Croeser to play a more active role for sales of Vesconite in the United States,” he noted.
Vesconite Bearings will be increasing its stockholding of the polymers Vesconite and Vesconite Hilube in San Antonio, Texas, and its plan is to replenish the warehouse every two months.
As a start, Croeser has been tasked with calling lapsed customers in the USA who have not bought Vesconite since January 2018.
They will be specifically engaging with Texas-based companies, and particularly with those customers located in Lubbock, a global centre for pump manufacturing.
The new Vesconite Bearings US representative is knowledgeable about the polymer industry, having worked for many years in a sales executive capacity for Chemplast, which specialises in polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE).
Besides being near to the market, and available to discuss sales requirements with customers in the same time zone, Croeser also has a good understanding of the US market.
“We see the US market is as a high-growth-potential market,” commented Leger. “The US has a GDP of USD19-trillion, which represents 24% of the global economy,” he said.
Picture: Vesconite Bearings US representative Gary Croeser discusses the importance of the US to the company’s growth strategy (Image: Vesconite)