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Raymond appoints Kirchner as vice president of sales

Kirchner brings 30 years of sales experience, including seven years in the material handling industry.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
October 29, 2013

Gary Kirchner has been appointed as vice president of sales for The Raymond Corporation. Kirchner will hold executive responsibility for Raymond Sales and Service Centers as well as national accounts.

Kirchner brings more than 30 years of sales experience to The Raymond Corporation, including seven years in the material handling industry. Previously, Kirchner served as director of sales at Carolina Handling, a Raymond Sales and Service Center headquartered outside of Charlotte, N.C. Prior to this position, he held several leadership positions, including vice president of sales for ColorGraphics, a Cenveo company, and general manager for Enovation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujifilm.

“We are pleased to welcome Gary into the position of vice president of sales,” says Tim Combs, executive vice president of sales and marketing for Raymond. “His partnership with Raymond employees and our distribution network will allow us to achieve long-term, profitable growth. He will be a valuable asset to our company.”

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