New Sales Vice Presidents for LIQUI MOLY USA Announced

New Sales Vice Presidents for LIQUI MOLY USA Announced

Dave Bibb and Lenny Levac have been promoted to the positions.

LIQUI MOLY has announced that as vice presidents of sales, Dave Bibb (US), and Lenny Levac (Canada) will continue to play integral roles in shaping the future of the sales department and driving the success of the company. The company says their promotions not only reflects their accomplishments but also underscores LIQUI MOLY’s commitment to recognizing and nurturing talent within the organization.

“Dave Bibb and Lenny Levac have consistently demonstrated exceptional leadership, dedication, and expertise driving sales efforts forward,” said CEO Sebastian Zelger. “Their strategic vision, unparalleled work ethic, and commitment to excellence have not only contributed significantly to LIQUI MOLY USA’s growth but have also served as an inspiration to their colleagues. I am more than happy for them.”

Throughout their tenure at LIQUI MOLY, the company states that both Dave and Lenny have exhibited a profound understanding of the industry, a keen insight into market trends, and an unwavering commitment to exceeding targets and objectives.

“I am very happy about this promotion and am pleased that the successes of recent years are bearing fruit,” said Dave Bibb. “But it is much more important that we continue to work as a team on the LIQUI MOLY success story. The opportunities are there, and we must and will use them as a team.”

“I feel the same way and I would also like to emphasize once again how important the team concept is for us,” added Lenny Levac. “Achieving new records in terms of sales and earnings is one thing, but collaboration with our customers and partners and our internal team spirit are what make us LIQUI MOLY. We will continue to take everyone’s trust as our greatest motivation.”

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