Stertil-Koni has named Scott Steinhardt to serve in the newly created role of vice president of sales for the company, which makes heavy duty vehicle lifting systems used by fleets, the U.S. military, and businesses across North America.
Steinhardt comes to the post with more than 26 years of industrial sales and marketing experience. Most recently, he was director of sales and marketing for H&M Bay, Inc., a logistics and warehousing company for frozen and refrigerated goods. Over 15 years, he developed and launched a professional group that generated more than $100 million in new customer sales, according to a news release.
At Stertil-Koni, Steinhardt will report directly to company president Dr. Jean DellAmore, with the goal of growing company sales among its exclusive North American distributor network by managing the organization's five regional sales managers and their salespeople.
“The heavy duty vehicle lift industry is a dynamic, rapidly evolving sector that requires the very best people and technology to succeed," DellAmore said. "For our part, Stertil-Koni is proud to offer the broadest range of exceptional heavy duty vehicle lifting systems –designed to meet and exceed the most demanding requirements in the field.”
“At the same time,” he continued, “we are proud to have on our team many of the most knowledgeable and dedicated vehicle lifting pros anywhere in North America. And that is why we are so pleased to welcome Scott into the Stertil-Koni family. He is a proven sales leader with expertise in market analysis, sales forecasting, team building, account development and customer service. We are confident his contributions will enable Stertil-Koni to further expand our leadership role in serving and supporting both public and private sector transportation and commercial industry groups across the United States and Canada.”
Steinhardt holds a BS in Business Administration from Indiana State University where he was a member of the cross-country and track teams. Steinhardt resides on the Eastern Shore of Maryland with his wife Karen, and two sons – William and Andrew. In his spare time he enjoys running, coaching youth basketball, and is a number one fan when his boys are playing on the lacrosse field.