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Serge Ferrari NA Welcomes
Sales Manager for Canada

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Serge Ferrari North America is pleased to welcome Simon Léger to the sales team as Regional Sales manager for Canada. Simon will handle sales and service of Serge Ferrari products throughout Canada, a new position for the company. He will report to Steve Fredrickson, Serge Ferrari North America’s National Sales manager.

Simon brings to Serge Ferrari over 15 years of sales experience in the building finishes industry, working closely with architects, designers, distributors and end-users. He most recently worked as the Territory Sales manager of Quebec at Formica Corporation based out of Cincinnati, a manufacturer of laminates and surfacing solutions. He’s also worked as territory manager in Quebec, Ontario, and other provinces for several other building hardware and surface/ceiling solution manufacturers including Accuride International, Panolam Industries International, and Simtab Neos. Simon is fluent in both English and French.

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