Schunk Announces New Director of Sales for the Midwest

Schunk USA is excited to announce the promotion of Matt Steele.

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Schunk is proud to announce the promotion of Matt Steele to director of sales for tooling and workholding. In his new role, Steele will work closely with his team to ensure sales strategies are executed for maximum growth as well as develop strong working relationships with top management among end users and sales channels in the Midwest.

Steele has been employed in industrial sales for 24 years, the last eleven of those years he enjoyed working for Schunk as a regional sales manager and most recently as a senior regional sales manager. He personally covered Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota and the upper peninsula of Michigan as well as mentored co-workers in Iowa, South Dakota, Nebraska, Missouri, Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Steele has a true passion for manufacturing and helping manufacturers be competitive in an ever-changing industry.

In his new role, he will be instrumental in building and maintaining a team of regional sales managers and helping them be successful in their own missions of managing the opportunities in their own geographical territories.

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