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Raymond appoints executive vice president of sales and marketing

Former vice president of sales, Timothy Combs brings 30 years of experience.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
July 12, 2013

The Raymond Corporation has appointed Timothy Combs as executive vice president of sales and marketing. Bringing more than 30 years of experience to this role, Combs will hold executive responsibility for Raymond sales and marketing activities. Previously, Combs served as vice president of sales with responsibility for Raymond sales activities as well as national accounts.

“Tim will continue to provide Raymond with strong direction and a forward-thinking approach to its sales and marketing initiatives,” says Brett Wood, president and CEO of Toyota Material Handling North America. “His proven track record, insight and experience in the industry will help Raymond advance its strategic direction and support the company’s leading position in the material handling industry.”

Before joining Raymond’s corporate team, he served as general manager for Associated Material Handling Industries, Inc., a Raymond sales and service center located outside of Chicago. Previously, Combs was the senior vice president of sales and marketing for FUJIFILM Graphic Systems, USA, where he directed a sales force of more than 300 people.

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