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B&J Rocket Hires Account Manager for Latin America

Posted on November 29, 2018

B&J Rocket America Inc. has hired Ignacio Vega as a key account manager for Latin America.

Ignacio Vega has joined B&J Rocket as a key account manager for Latin America.
Ignacio Vega has joined B&J Rocket as a key account manager for Latin America.
Vega brings 17 years of tire industry experience to the company that provides buffing blades for the retread industry. He will work to develop and grow with distributors in Latin America as well as provide technical support and training on the end user level.

“We are thrilled to welcome Ignacio to the team and are confident he will be a great asset to the growth and development of customers in Latin America” says Caitlin Smith, general manager of sales for B&J Rocket America. “Having a bilingual key account manager based in Latin America will provide customers hands-on training and support that we’ve been unable to fulfill in past."

In July B&J Rocket named a new president — Marcos Guzman.

For more information, visit B&J Rocket America's website.

Related Topics: B&J Rocket, Caitlin Smith, commercial tires, Latin America, retreading

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