Jeff Messenger Industrial Sales to Host Vetaphone at Converters Expo 2022
Jeff Messenger Industrial Sales (JMIS) will be hosting leading surface treatment specialist Vetaphone at this year’s Converters Expo 2022 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. According to Messenger, “We’re looking forward to welcoming many of the predicted 700 visitors to Booth 40 and highlighting the cutting-edge corona and plasma technology that Vetaphone offers.”
Messenger joined the Vetaphone team in 2021 and has successfully grown the business and extended his territory to include Illinois and part of Wisconsin, including the greater Green Bay area. With many in the film, plastics, paper, and non-woven sectors getting together for the first time in a long time, the Expo will be an excellent and well-timed showcase.
Assisting Messenger will be Ted Wolski, Vetaphone’s sales manager for the Americas, who is looking forward to meeting new and existing customers and explaining to them the background to Vetaphone technology and the vast depth of surface treatment knowledge available for converters to tap into.
With the famed Fox Valley set to play such an important part in Vetaphone’s development strategy for the US market, the Converters Expo comes at an ideal time for companies to engage in discussions on improving production efficiency with Vetaphone’s highly controllable technology. This is especially important coming on the heels of an extremely successful campaign in 2021.
Wolski commented, “With Jeff taking on more and more responsibility, I’m confident that 2022 will see a significant growth in market share for us here. No company has a better understanding of surface treatment than Vetaphone – after all, we invented it!”
The Converters Expo takes place April 26 & 27 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay and is expected to attract visitors from a wide variety of sectors that together generate business worth more than $5 billion/year.
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