Airmaster Announces Personnel Promotions and Additions

Airmaster Announces Personnel Promotions and Additions

Airmaster (Clarklake, MI): This manufacturer of air circulation, ventilation and heating solutions, announced its promotion of Gregory Helbling from director of sales and marketing to vice president of sales and marketing; the hiring of Keith Simon as senior product development manager; and Jerry Vojtush as its inside sales manager.

In his new position, Helbling (right) is responsible for leading Airmaster’s sales strategy across all sales channels, including industrial, electrical and HVAC. Helbling has more than 35 years of industry experience. Prior to working at Airmaster Fan, he worked as the vice president of sales and marketing for Wright Tool Co. and a director of product and channel management at Bolttech Mannings Inc.

 

 

As senior product development manager, Simon’s responsibilities include leveraging innovative products from Maico, Airmaster’s parent company, in a way that is suitable for the North American market, as well as providing innovation to Airmaster’s products for commercial and industrial applications. With more than 30 years of experience and immense technical expertise, Simon (right) 

previously worked as the vice president of sales and marketing for the American fan division of the Fläkt Woods Group and a vice president of sales and engineering for Industrial Fan Inc.

In his new position as an inside sales manager, Vojtush (right) is responsible for managing customer relations and improving the sales volume for Airmaster’s full line of circulation, ventilation and heating products through improved internal and external communication, sales tactics and training. Earlier in his career, Vojtush worked as a product manager at Airmaster for four years. In his 33 years of ventilation industry experience, Vojtush also held positions as a manufacturer’s representative, inside sales representative and a sales and technical support specialist.

 
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