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Western Global Welcomes New Southeast Business Development Manager to United States Sales Team

Western Global is excited to announce the addition of John Cleary to our USA Sales Team as Business Development Manager for the Southeast region.

John has extensive technical experience working with mobile power generation equipment. He served in the US Army as a Generator Technician, deploying to Iraq in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, and later became a Field Service Manager for Cummins Atlantic, after honorably ending his military service. He’s personally connected several generators to Western Global fuel tanks!

He also has a background in sales from his experience as a Business Development Manager for Wacker Neuson, a manufacturer of construction and industrial equipment, and most recently, as a Territory Manager for the specialty power division of United Rentals.

“I’m passionate about sales and relationship development. I strive to create opportunities and grow business by looking for unique solutions to customer’s pain points,” says John.

John will be serving Western Global customers in the Southeast, from North Carolina and Tennessee to Florida. He is based out of Charleston, SC. We are very excited about the experience and insight he will bring to our team. His contact information is below:

John Cleary
Business Development Manager – Southeast
[email protected]
Office: 203-847-4300
Cell: 843-259-3995

For more information, please contact James Truan at [email protected]

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