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Marion joins DyMac

Patrick Flannery   

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Mike Marion has joined DyMac as chief revenue officer and managing director for Canada and the U.S. DyMac provides fuel transportation and storage solutions. In the role, Marion will enable sales and revenue growth for DyMac and its dealers by establishing and maintaining value-add distribution channels. He’s looking to provide high-quality solutions while maintaining a high level of customer service, serving Canadian and U.S. markets from the company’s bases in Mississauga, Ont., and Baltimore, Md. DyMac serves a number of industry verticals including rental, construction, power generation, military, government, energy, mining, fuel distribution and agriculture.

Marion brings 27 years’ experience in equipment sales and service to the role. Starting as a heavy equipment technician, Marion has performed dealer-support roles with Volvo Construction Equipment as a sales trainer and product manager. More recently, he was part of the Atlas Copco Construction Canada team as regional vice-president and branch manager for United Rentals Trench Safety in Bolton, Ont. Marion brings significant experience as a dealer and territory manager with a track record in product distribution.

“I am very excited to build this business with my partners and our dealers,” Marion said. “Seeing how this product is designed and manufactured is very impressive, I am proud to be part of such a high-quality offering. Coupled with the distribution and support we can offer our customers I can’t wait to see what the future holds for us.”

“We’re extremely happy to have Michael Marion join our group,” said Luis Salazar, president and managing director. “His extensive tenure and experience in customer service, sales and product distribution will be an enormous asset for both our companies, DyMac Canada and DyMac USA. As a previous owner and president of LM Temperature Control and GAL Power Systems, I’ve had the pleasure of being one of Mike’s customers and I can say that he was always helpful and attentive to our equipment requirements.  That being said, I know our DyMac customers will value and appreciate Mr. Marion’s customer-centric attitude, which will only maintain and strengthen our presence in this market and promote our brand recognition for DyMac Tank Solutions in North America. Welcome aboard, Mike!”


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