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Gema Adds, Promotes Sales and Service Employees

The hires and appointments include a ServiceNet technician and three regional salespeople. 
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Gema sales and service employees

Left to right: Aaron Thompson, Rob Galli, Jason Schwer and Shawn Hayes.

Gema USA Inc. has brought on several new employees joining its North American sales and service teams.

Aaron Thompson, new to Gema, joins the Gema Service team as a ServiceNet Technician. He will be responsible for working with customers throughout North America supervising installations and providing service.

Rob Galli, a veteran Gema ServiceNet Technician, has transitioned to the Sales Team as Canadian territory manager. He will also be providing sales support and application expertise to Gema distributors and customers in that region.

Jason Schwer joins the Gema Sales Team as a territory manager. In his new role, Schwer will be providing sales support and application expertise to Gema Distributors and customers in the Western U.S. region.

Shawn Hayes joins the Gema Sales Team as the regional manager for Canada and the Eastern U.S. He will be responsible for system sales and management of Gema’s distribution network in his region.

Gema, a Graco Inc. company, is a provider of manual and automated powder coating technology. Gema has worldwide headquarters in St. Gallen, Switzerland, and operates its North American Headquarters from Indianapolis, Indiana.

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