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Monday, 12 October 2015 21:51

Michael Koren to Represent Urethane Supply Company in the Northeast U.S.

Urethane Supply Company announced the hiring of a new full-time company sales representative in the Northeast, Michael Koren. Koren will represent the company in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. He will expand his territory into the New England states in the near future.

Michael Koren has over 35 years of experience in the automotive collision repair industry, mainly in aftermarket parts. His experience includes domestic and international purchasing, financial reporting, profitability analysis, resource and facilities management, sales and marketing management, freight and transportation operations and multi-site operations management.

"With extensive knowledge of managing plastic bumper recycling facilities for 25 years, Michael has a strong understanding of what it takes to produce high-quality recycled plastic bumpers with a strong focus on providing premium service to the collision repair shops," said Kurt Lammon, president of Urethane Supply Company.

Koren is also an industry relations liaison, working closely with insurers and MSOs. His professional affiliations include the Automotive Body Parts Association (board member since July 2013) and the Certified Automobile Parts Association (technical committee member since April 2012).

"Koren recently received factory training on Urethane Supply’s I-CAR Industry Training Alliance course and is ready and able to provide that training across his territory," said Lammon. Warehouse distributors and jobbers in Koren’s territory are invited to contact him directly at 732-580-7921 for support.

In business since 1981, Urethane Supply Company has focused exclusively on plastic repair and refinishing products. Their airless and hot-nitrogen welders are industry standards for automotive plastic repair across North America.

Questions? Contact Kurt Lammon at 800-633-3047

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