Frechette joins Hubbard-Hall as Market Manager of Non-ferrous Metals

Responsibilities include analyzing Hubbard-Hall’s current product line, providing recommendations for products to be sourced or added, and developing new sales and market strategies for the company’s diverse range of products.

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Mike Frechette

 

Hubbard-Hall, an industrial chemical supplier, hired Mike Frechette as market manager of non-ferrous metals.

 

Frechette’s responsibilities include analyzing Hubbard-Hall’s current product line, providing recommendations for products to be sourced or added, and developing new sales and market strategies for the company’s diverse range of products. 

 

“Mike brings over 25 years’ experience helping companies achieve savings through effective use of chemistry,” said Scott Papst, Southeast Sales Director. “Mike will be working with both direct sales team and our distributors to help our customers increase process efficiencies.” 

 

Frechette earned a degree in electrical engineering from Western New England College in Springfield, Massachusetts, and comes to the company with over 10 years of experience in a variety of engineering and operational positions at Danaher Inc. He then made a transition to REM Surface Engineering in 2000, working his way up from Sales Engineer to Director of Sales and Marketing.  

 

Non-ferrous or “soft” metals are an increasingly important element of the manufacturing process. For example, their light weight currently drives the demand for them in the transportation industry. This market growth and ever-changing environmental standards makes it critical that manufacturers have products designed specifically for this market. Hubbard-Hall provides manufacturers with a dedicated line of surface preparation products including cleaners, metal cooling, deoxiders, and corrosion inhibitors.