Management

Trans/Air Appoints 2 New Regional Sales Managers

Posted on July 16, 2019

Jeff Holbert (left) and Steve Fedor (right) are the newest members of the west coast sales and technical services team for climate control systems supplier Trans/Air.
Jeff Holbert (left) and Steve Fedor (right) are the newest members of the west coast sales and technical services team for climate control systems supplier Trans/Air.
DALLASTOWN, Pa. — Climate control systems supplier Trans/Air Manufacturing Corp. has appointed two new regional sales and technical service managers: Jeff Holbert and Steve Fedor.

Holbert, who has been promoted to the position, has been with the company for 15 years, working his way up in the industry from assembly line worker to installer to field service technician.

Meanwhile, Fedor is new to the Trans/Air team with over 18 years of HVAC experience, serving as a refrigeration technician, account manager, service engineer, and field service representative.

Holbert and Fedor will join David Harden, also a regional sales manager for Trans/Air, in providing sales and technical support to the company’s west coast clientele.

Related Topics: air conditioning

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