Tuesday, 23rd October 2018

Carmen Nosic joins Crestchic’s US operation

Crestchic, the leading manufacturer of loadbanks for sale and rental, has appointed Carmen Nosic as sales manager for its US operation.  As part of Crestchic’s plans to further develop its business in the US, Carmen will be responsible for sale and rental markets.

Carmen has a wealth of experience in the power industry and previously worked for Hawthorne Power Systems (HPS), a CAT dealer that has worked closely with Crestchic on its US product and services offering. She brings with her 19 years industry experience with a proven track record of achieving growth, meeting sales targets and managing sales teams.
Speaking about her appointment Carmen Nosic commented: “The US loadbank market is a diverse and lucrative field, one which I am very familiar with. I look forward to working with my new team to grow the Crestchic business in the US, utilising my existing relationships and building new ones”.
Paul Brickman sales and marketing director at Crestchic commented: “It’s great to have Carmen on board, we have been working with her in different capacities for many years so this was a natural progression for us both. The US is a major growth area for us as a business and we hope to introduce our products and services to new customers and further develop our relationships with existing ones.”
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