Michael Roche joins PFERD to handle pipeline sales in Canada, the USClick image to enlarge

Michael Roche has joined PFERD Inc., as account manager, pipeline market. He will be responsible for pipeline channel customers in Canada and the US.

According to Gene Huegin, PFERD president, “it’s a return engagement for Michael. He previously worked for PFERD in a similar capacity and we’re glad to have him back. We have a strong offering ideal for the pipeline industry and are excited to have Michael on board to promote and educate user on PFERD solutions for their specific applications. His comprehensive background in the industry, both domestic and abroad, will allow him to be of excellent support to our customers and will help fortify PFERD’s brand equity and strengthen our position in the industry.”

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