New Vice President of Sales

Dust Control Technology has introduced Aaron Valencic (Fig.) as the company’s new Vice President of Sales. He will be responsible for key account development and management across the globe, as well as lead generation and strategic sales planning. Valencic joins DCT after a 12-year career in sales and management, including five years at Philippi-Hagenbuch, Inc. where he served as Account Ma­nager, selling custom-engineered products to the North American mining industry. He has extensive knowledge in the oil sands and Canadian iron ore industries, as well as coal, mining, aggregates and power generation, and was instrumental in uncovering significant opportunities in previously-untapped markets that are estimated to hold the potential for 10–15 million US$ in annual sales.

 

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