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FOODesign appoints sales manager

Neil Anderson, Sales Manager, FOODesign

Food-processing equipment manufacturer, FOODesign names Neil Anderson its new sales manager. Based at the company’s North American headquarters in Wilsonville, Ore., he will be responsible for FOODesign’s national and international sales operations as well as for supporting its sales staff.

“I’m delighted to be joining FOODesign on the eve of its 20th anniversary year and to be supporting its customers and teams across the globe,” Anderson says. “My previous sales experience both in the U.S. and abroad will help to maximize the company’s sales potential. I look forward to sharing my expertise to further expand FOODesign’s reach in the food processing equipment market.”

“We’re really pleased to welcome Neil to the team,” says Joseph Mistretta, president. “With an impressive track record in achieving high sales growth and building customer relations, we’re sure he will be a great asset to FOODesign and will make a valuable contribution to our future development plans.”

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