EPCO’s New Eastern Region Sales Manager Timothy Lecher is a 26-Year Electrical Manufacturing Sales and Management Veteran
MINNEAPOLIS, January 23, 2015—Engineered Products Company (EPCO), a supplier of specialty lighting and wiring consumable products for electrical contractors, today announced that Timothy Lecher, a 26-year veteran in electrical manufacturing sales and management, has joined the company as Eastern Region Sales Manager. He will be working with sales agencies along the east coast (Maine to the Gulf Coast area) and east of the Mississippi. EPCO President Jack Schuster said, “Tim’s track record reflects a highly successful sales and management professional in our industry. We are fortunate to have him leading our growth and development efforts in our eastern region.”
Prior to joining EPCO, Lecher was southeast regional sales manager for NSI Industries for the past 11 years, where he consistently exceeded sales forecast and built the Southeast Region into one of the company’s top-performing U.S. territories. He was previously regional sales manager for Gardner Bender/Actuant, where he managed an 11-state territory of 13 manufacturer representative agencies and more than 50 field sales personnel.
“EPCO’s reputation for value-added products that save installation time and lower installation and maintenance costs is a huge asset in addition to its reputation for exceptional service,” said Lecher. “We’ll continue to forge collaborative working relationships with our agency representatives, distributors and contractors, and provide the marketing, training, and product support to ensure their success.
Engineered Products Company supplies electrical distributors with specialty lighting, lighting accessories, and wiring solutions that address a wide range of standard and unique applications. EPCO’s durable, reliable products, high fill rate, on-time delivery, and no-risk purchase terms optimize distributor cash flow and profit margins on the consumable products electricians use for commercial, industrial, agricultural and residential buildings. Follow the company on Twitter @EPCO1976 or subscribe to the EPCO blog by visiting http://www.epcoblog.com/.