Sullair brings on new senior vice president of sales for North America.

Michigan City-based air compressor manufacturer Sullair has named a new senior vice president of sales for North America.

The company, a subsidiary of the Hitachi Group that has been a major employer in Michigan City since 1965, has hired Joe Beyer to lead its stationery sales in North America.

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“Joe Beyer is a proven strategic thinker and leader,” said John Randall, president and CEO of Sullair. “He brings a transformative mindset and will play a key role in driving our strategy to build a more modern, customer-focused business that delivers products and solutions to our customers and channel partners.”

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Beyer has more than 20 years of experience in industrial sales in North America and Asia. He helped drive significant revenue growth and also worked in the compressor industry.

A graduate of Ohio State University and Ohio University, Beyer most recently served as vice president of sales at MIM&E Extrusion at Milacron, a Cincinnati-based plastics injection molding and extrusion machine manufacturer.

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“It is an honor to join a company with such a rich heritage as Sullair,” said Beyer. “Building on the company’s strong foundation, I look forward to working with the team and expanding their customer-first approach.”

Sullair manufactures air compressors used worldwide in manufacturing, the oil and gas industry, food processing, construction and other sectors. A subsidiary of Japan-based Hitachi, a multinational giant with $84 billion in revenue and 370,000 employees worldwide, Sullair has manufacturing operations in Michigan City and China.


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