Terracon Corporation adds Jason Kallio to its sales team

Oct. 3, 2012

HOLLISTON, Mass. — Kallio’s career has been focused on sales and improving industrial sales effectiveness.

HOLLISTON, Mass. — Holliston, Mass. based Terracon Corporation recently announced the addition of Jason Kallio to its sales team. Kallio will drive sales of the company's custom fluid management solutions designed for the biopharmaceutical and ultrapure water sectors, according to a press release.

“We are pleased to have Jason join our team,” said Rob Jewett, Terracon president. “His extensive background in industrial sales and proven track record make him well-suited to contributing to the next phase of Terracon's growth and expansion.”

Kallio’s career has been focused on sales and improving industrial sales effectiveness. He joins Terracon after 10 years at ExpoVantage in Sutton, Mass., a company he founded to create and implement sales strategies designed to help companies maximize ROI related to trade shows and conferences.

Previously, Kallio was regional sales manager for Lutco Inc. in Worcester, Mass., a manufacturer of industrial bearings. There he managed $4 million (OEM and aftermarket) of the company’s $10 million in annual sales revenue.

Kallio began his career as district sales engineer for The Torrington Company, another bearing manufacturer, where he managed $8 million in OEM and aftermarket sales.

Read the entire press release here.


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