International Sales Team Changes at Tigercat
Published on: Wednesday 15th December 2010
PARIS ON, DECEMBER 15, 2010 – Gary has spent the past five years working as Tigercat district manager for Africa and special projects. Gary will be dividing his time between Canada, South Africa and the Tigercat’s various international markets. Along with his dedicated sales and district manager team, Gary looks forward to taking on new challenges together with the aim to continue growth in international business for Tigercat.
Jeff Cave replaces Gary as district manager for Southern Africa. Jeff comes from a solid technical background having worked for the South African Tigercat dealer AfrEquip for nearly four years. Jeff joined Tigercat three years ago in the role of product support representative for Tigercat and consequently is very familiar with the South African customer base and its requirements.
Rossana Constant has been appointed international sales administrator. Rossana has performed various roles at Tigercat since joining in 2005. Most recently she has worked closely with Andres Muñoz, district manager for South America to help develop new markets and support new and existing dealers in the South American market. Hailing from Chile, Rossana is multi-lingual with proficiency in Spanish, Portuguese, English and French. Her role will now be broadened beyond South America and she will be working with the full network of international dealers, interfacing the daily product demands of the marketplace with Tigercat’s production capacity.
Tigercat Industries designs and manufactures premium quality forestry and off-road equipment with manufacturing facilities in Canada and Sweden and worldwide distribution. The diverse product range includes complete full-tree and cut-to-length harvesting systems, a growing line of land clearing and vegetation management equipment and specialized off-road industrial and material handling machinery.