Brother Gearmotors, a division of Brother International Corporation has hired three new regional sales managers: Brad Brania, William (Bill) Fulton, and Cory Love.
The sales managers are responsible for the growth and sales performance of their respective regions, while building a portfolio of direct OEM clients and distribution sales channels. Their focus is on prospecting and capturing market share, developing and implementing sales strategies that are aligned with corporate objectives, and working closely with product management and marketing to successfully launch strategic campaigns.
BradBrania’s territory covers the state of Illinois. Prior to joining Brother Gearmotors, Bradheld sales managerial responsibilities atRevcor and Johnson Electric. Brad holds a B.S. in Business Administration
from Marquette University and resides in Algonquin, Illinois with his wife and two children.
Bill Fulton’s purview includes Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. Bill previously held sales managerial responsibilities at ABB and Baldor, and holds an M.S. in Operations Management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a B.S. in Engineering from Bradley University. Bill resides in Mount Pleasant, WI, with his wife and two children.
Cory Love’s Southeastern territory includes Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida. He held previous regional sales manager positions at Delta Products andWittenstein (Alpha
Gear), and was a Sales Engineer at AMETEK (Haydon Kerk). He earned an Electrical Engineering degree at Clemson University.
Brother Gearmotors is one of the world’s largest fine-pitch gear manufacturers and meets industry demand for smaller, lighter, reliable and energy-efficient power transmission components. The company recently opened a U.S. assembly facility in Bartlett, TN, which houses onsite assembly of over 27,000 unique SKUs and serves as a maintenance and repair hub. The site allows Brother Gearmotors to meet customers’ needs in approximately 3- to 5-day delivery of a wide array of products, as well as provide emergency overnight delivery when necessary.
Brother International Corporation