SJE-Rhombus adds Callander as regional sales manager

Feb. 13, 2013

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — Tim will support customers in the central region of North America from Texas to Canada.

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — SJE-Rhombus, a control solutions provider for the water and wastewater industry, is proud to announce the addition of Tim Callander as regional sales manager for their wholesale controls product line, according to a press release.

Tim will support customers in the central region of North America from Texas to Canada.

Tim joins SJE-Rhombus with over 28 years of experience in business development, sales and the manufacturing of HVAC equipment, the residential construction market and industrial controls, stated the release.

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His expertise includes: Wholesale customer account management, providing independent rep sales direction, new business development and contract negotiations.

His years of experience in the residential construction market, with industrial controls and HVAC equipment insures SJE-Rhombus customers innovative control solutions, noted the release.

Tim looks forward to applying his electronic technology, electrical engineering and extensive controls knowledge and collaborating with customers to meet their control panel, alarm system and pump control needs while providing industry leading support.

Read the entire press release here.

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