Intermac America welcomes new Product Area Manager
Published on : Friday, December 20, 2019
Intermac America is pleased to announce that Andrey Ogorodnikov is joining as the new NE USA Product Area Manager who is responsible for serving the Mid-Atlantic and New England states. He will bring with him his years of experience, expertise and skill set, and guide the team through business perils. Soon after enthroning he will focus on development of the firm. Andrey is expected to work with distributors and assist the direct sales team as the company continues to expand its ability to help customers in North America automate and innovate their fabrication operations.
Ogorodnikov comes to Intermac after nearly a decade in the flat glass industry, where he spearheaded initiatives to increase market share in client software adoption and facilitated cross-functional collaboration between tech and product teams. Ogorodnikov is known for his sales leadership skill and for his work to achieve significant cost savings for key clients.
“Andrey’s experience, knowledge and customer-focused mindset will make him an invaluable resource for current and future Intermac customers,” said Carey Brayer, Vice President of Sales for Intermac America. “His unique perspectives on global automation challenges and understanding of the capabilities of our full-range of products will help guide customers as they seek to implement Industry 4.0 advances in their facilities.”
Intermac, part of the Biesse Group, offers a complete range of CNC machinery, cutting tables and water jet machines, all built to the highest technological standards using original Intermac parts and world-class technicians. With an extensive distribution network that includes 18 subsidiaries around the world and more than 2,400 employees, Intermac America has offices in Montreal, Toronto and Charlotte, N.C. The company’s four showrooms in North America spotlight a wide range of new machinery, providing solutions for the aluminum, composites materials, glass, plastic, stone and woodworking industries.