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CMA appoints two regional fleet managers

Posted on May 14, 2013

The China Manufacturers Alliance LLC (CMA) recently hired two Double Coin regional fleet managers: John Ramaika and Tom Rozuk.

As regional fleet managers, Ramaika and Rozuk are responsible for Double Coin fleet and original equipment sales throughout the U.S.

"Their experience in a variety of sales and marketing positions fits well with their new responsibilities as RSMs for the Double Coin brand,” says Aaron Murphy, vice president of CMA."

Ramaika has more than 33 years of tire industry experience. He began his career as sales coordinator with the former Bridgestone Tire Co. of America Inc. Over the next 29 years, he was named district manager, then regional fleet manager, then strategic account manager for Bridgestone Bandag Tire Solutions.

In 2009, he joined Continental Tire the Americas Inc. as territory manager. Most recently, he was Continental's district sales manager for the northeast region of the United States.

Rozuk began his tire industry career in 1975 with the former General Tire & Rubber Co. He spent nine years in sales and management for both retail and commercial operations before transitioning to Bridgestone in 1984.

At Bridgestone, Rozuk rose within the Commercial Division to national fleet sales manager in 2000. In that role, he oversaw the fleet sales channel for the U.S. and Canada. In 2009, Continental hired him as their key account manager for commercial vehicle tires.

CMA is the U.S. marketing arm for Double Coin Holdings Ltd. For more information about Double Coin, visit www.doublecoin-us.com.

Related Topics: Aaron Murphy, hirings, Truck tires

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