Gema Adds Employees to the North America Team


January 17, 2022

Continuing with their commitment to provide the highest quality and application expertise to their customers, Gema USA Inc. is pleased to welcome the following employees joining their North American team.


Justin Barber and Jon Ludwig join the Gema Service team as a ServiceNet Technicians. Justin and Jon will be responsible for working throughout North America supervising installations and providing service to customers.




Chris Butterfield and Blaine Scheideman join the Gema Sales Team as Territory Managers. Chris and Blaine will be providing sales support and application expertise to our Gema Distributors and customers in the U.S. Western Region.




Matthew_Thomas.jpgMatt Thomas joins the Gema Operations Team as a Purchasing Specialist. Matt will be responsible for purchasing and working with the operations team on orders and inventory functions.






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