SPAL USA Names Ryan Siedel Regional Sales Assistant - aftermarketNews

SPAL USA Names Ryan Siedel Regional Sales Assistant

For the previous eight years, Siedel has served as an inside sales representative for SPAL USA.

ANKENY, Iowa — SPAL USA has promoted Ryan Siedel to regional sales assistant for the company’s automotive aftermarket high-performance fan, blower and electronic accessory products.

Founded in 1959, SPAL is headquartered in Correggio, Italy, and maintains global facilities in Ankeny, Iowa; Delhi, India; Saint Petersburg, Russia; São Paulo, Brazil; Shanghai, China; and the United Kingdom.
 
In his new position, Siedel will focus his activity on assisting the sales team in the growth and development of SPAL USA’s product line. Additionally, he will serve as a customer point of contact, be responsible for account maintenance, logistics of product procurement and delivery, and help support the company’s sales and marketing initiatives.
 
For the previous eight years, Siedel has served as an inside sales representative for SPAL USA.
 
"We will rely on Ryan’s successful history at SPAL USA as we expand our aftermarket sales," said Brent Clark, chief operating officer, SPAL USA. "He’s been a top talent within our company and we look forward to further utilizing his skills and in-depth technical knowledge."
 
Siedel is a member of the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Young Executives Network and earned an associate degree in business from AIB College of Business (Des Moines, Iowa). He is currently completing coursework to earn a bachelor of science degree in business sales and marketing from AIB College.
 

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