Home » Paul Lewis Joins Daetwyler as Regional Sales Manager for the West Coast
Daetwyler has experienced continuous growth and recently expanded their sales team management. They are excited to announce the addition of Paul Lewis to the team, he will be the regional sales manager, including maintaining current customers and growing the west coast market in the following states; California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico.
Lewis comes to Daetwyler with 12 years of experience in the printing industry, including sales and customer service management. He knows what it takes to achieve and maintain the highest level of customer service Daetwyler customers are familiar with.
"Paul's industry experience is a great fit for Daetwyler's west coast customer base." says Marty Cansler, national sales manager," He adds a new dimension to our team and adds a higher level of service to our customers by living and focusing strictly on the west coast."
Lewis previously represented Daetwyler on the distributor level. He is grateful now to be working directly for Daetwyler and for being able to help focus on the customer’s doctor blade needs when it comes to hazing, spitting, scoring and all the other challenges which can come from poor blade choice. Lewis has worked directly with 3M, Tesa, Rotometrics, Mark Andy, NilPeter, and many others on various projects and realizes the challenges that come with each job.
“I look forward to this new opportunity with Daetwyler and have always enjoyed working directly with the customer on better improving their quality and performance,” Lewis says. “Being right there with the customer and helping them take a blank substrate and turn it into a finished product is still as exciting to me today as it was when I saw my first job.”
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