Kinedyne Names Roger Perlstein As New Vice President Of Sales and Marketing

Kinedyne Names Roger Perlstein As New Vice President Of Sales And Marketing

A 20-year sales and marketing veteran, Perlstein brings advanced technology management, marketing and information design credentials to his new post with Kinedyne.

Kinedyne, a designer, manufacturer and distributor of cargo-control technologies, including cargo securement, capacity and access solutions for the transportation industry, has appointed Roger Perlstein as its new vice president of sales and marketing.

Perlstein brings more than 20 years of sales and marketing management experience to his new post, much of it in the industrial, manufacturing and transportation sectors. His credentials include master’s degrees in both technology management-marketing and information design and technology from SUNY Institute of Technology. Perlstein also holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration marketing from Northeastern University. 

“Roger’s experience, including strategic planning, market research, brand management, advertising, new business and product development, along with his expertise in e-commerce and CRM implementations, will be critical to the achievement of Kinedyne’s initiatives and goals,” said Dan Schlotterbeck, president of Kinedyne LLC. “In his new capacity, Perlstein will oversee all sales and marketing efforts for the United States and Canada.”

Perlstein also has relevant experience in the commercial vehicle industry. He previously served as secretary to the Technology Maintenance Council of the American Trucking Association.

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