Maxam Invests In The Ever-Growing Global Agricultural Program

Maxam Invests In The Ever-Growing Global Agricultural Program

The tire company has named Gregory Gilland as its new VP of the Global Agricultural Program.

MAXAM Tire has announced the appointment of a proven industry leader, Gregory Gilland as its new vice president of the Global Agricultural Program.

Agriculture is one of the most technically demanding industries that requires a team of experts. Gilland assumes this key leadership position with years of valuable industry experience and a great depth of market knowledge. He will lead a team of experts in providing relevant solutions to the agricultural industry while ensuring the highest level of customer experience.

“The agricultural challenge for any grower is to maximize productivity in search of greater yields while also managing evolving costs to ensure improved profits. MAXAM’s market vision is to bring agricultural radial tires that provide the business solutions growers are seeking by delivering improved product performance and uncompromised quality at competitive prices,” said Gilland.

Gilland first joined MAXAM Tire as the North American segment manager of Agricultural Tires in 2018. Over the past two years, he has played a major role in evolving the MAXAM agricultural segment by effectively leading our team to achieve sustainable growth. Prior to joining MAXAM, Gilland built more than 20 years of experience in the tire industry with eight years dedicated to the agricultural industry, working primarily with global agricultural original equipment manufacturers. Before working in the tire industry, he served in the U.S. Navy for 15 years as a Naval Officer.

“With a strong focus on developing and producing the best products for farmers and growers, Greg has given his commitment to delivering value through unparalleled quality and performance to customers. Greg’s pattern of success has increased our business and forged valuable relationships in the Industry. We are excited to have Greg take our agricultural segment to the next stage of growth and deliver unmatched solutions to customers globally,” said Troy Kline, president of MAXAM Tire North America.

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