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Bergstrom Hires New Sales Manager for Bus A/C

Posted on June 20, 2018
As part of his new role with Bergstrom, Paul Rothschild will be responsible for growing the company’s bus air-conditioning business.
As part of his new role with Bergstrom, Paul Rothschild will be responsible for growing the company’s bus air-conditioning business.

Paul Rothschild has joined Bergstrom Inc. as a regional sales manager for the company’s bus air-conditioning division.

As part of his new role, Rothschild will be responsible for growing Bergstrom’s bus a/c business.

"With the launch of our Cool Zone air-conditioning system, the bus division of our company has really grown over the past year,” said Mike Bratton, director of national bus sales for Bergstrom. “With Paul on the team, we’ll be able to better facilitate this growth and provide bus customers with the cooling systems they need.”

Rothschild comes to Bergstrom with five years of experience in school bus transportation. He was previously with video surveillance supplier Gatekeeper Systems. He also has experience in business development and sales for school transportation and transit.

Bergstrom began producing heaters for school buses in 1952. The company introduced its latest school bus a/c system, the Cool Zone, in 2016.

Related Topics: air conditioning, heating systems

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