Tebis America still growing strong


Tebis America is further expanding its regional presence in the United States. Contacts are now readily available on site for customers and interested parties in the southeastern part of the US. Many large automotive and aerospace companies and their supply chains are located in this heavily industrialized region.

The new local personnel are Charles Logan Gilstrap, Business Development Manager, and Jeffrey Sullivan, Product and Application Specialist. Gilstrap, responsible for new business development, is already an old hand in sales. Before joining Tebis, he was the Southeast Sales and Marketing Manager at Numerical Control Software Solutions in Covington, Washington State. Before that, he covered the Southeast US as Territory Manager at Cam Logic, Inc. in Oxford, Michigan. Sullivan, already an experienced Tebis user, is handling Support. Before starting with Tebis, he headed the CNC department at Gestamp, LLC in Union, South Carolina.

"Close contact with the customer is our highest priority," explains David Klotz, CEO and Managing Director of Tebis America. "We see ourselves as a partner in our sales and service activities. We can now serve new customers and interested parties from Tennessee, Georgia, the Carolinas, Florida and Alabama even better and respond promptly to questions and concerns." "This is the next logical step in our plan for growth," Klotz concludes. "We've already had personnel in California since 2014. And we moved to a larger facility in Troy, Michigan".

Success speaks for itself: A growing number of new customers and continuously increasing sales clearly show that Tebis America is on exactly the right path.


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