Steady growth in demand for Inuktun Services Ltd. products and a new line of products have prompted the robotics company to expand its services in the United States.
Inuktun is proud to welcome aboard new sales managers Jeff Mace and Marti Veatch, as well as announce that Milton Morris will spearhead the position of managing director for the expanding InuktunUSA distributorship.
Veatch, originally from Oregon but has resided in Georgia since 1992, arrives at Inuktun USA with a degree in landscape architecture from the University of Georgia. She has a passion for has alma mater's football team, the Georgia Bulldogs, and spends her spare time walking her dogs, snowboarding and traveling.
"I was attracted to Inuktun because of what Inuktun is," explained Veatch. "I mean, who doesn't think industrial robotics is cool? I guess I'm just a big kid and I love that my job is selling Inuktun products."
Veatch will be responsible for eight states in the southeast United States, and will target pipe inspection, utility inspection, nuclear and hydroelectric fields to distribute Inuktun products. "But I'm open to any business or industry that would benefit from Inuktun products," she added.
Mace will begin as InuktunUSA's governmental sales manager, liaising with government agencies to employ Inuktun products on government projects large and small. Mace has more than 15 years of outside sales experience and areas related to government and environmental protection. He earned a degree in applied science from the U.S. Air Force and is currently a non-commissioned officer in the Louisiana National Guard and a current member of the Louisiana Technology Council. Mace also serves on the board of directors for The Green Project in New Orleans.
Overseeing InuktunUSA as managing director will be Morris, which Inuktun says is "the perfect fit" to start up Inuktun's distribution in the U.S. Morris has almost 20 years of experience in sales and managing, including holding the position of vice-president of operations at a major import-export firm.
Already busy at trade shows and signing on new clientele, Veatch, Mace and Morris are all looking forward to working with Inuktun. "What I'm looking forward to most is working with such great and knowledgeable people," said Veatch. "And learning about the robotics industry and becoming an expert in it. Inuktun is the best in the business and I'm happy to be a part of the team."
Author: Toby Gorman