AllPoints Promotes Two to VP of Sales

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AllPoints promotes Jim Stafstrom (left) and Eric Trelstad (right) to vice president of sales. Courtesy of AllPoints.

The foodservice parts and supplies provider AllPoints has named Jim Stafstrom and Eric Trelstad its new vice presidents of sales as the company says it continues to grow globally and domestically.

Stafstrom has been with AllPoints parent company Diversified Foodservice Supply for over 14 years, most recently serving as director of business development. In his new role, he will oversee service agents, dealers and buying groups.

Trelstad has been with the company for over 10 years and brings over three decades of sales management experience. With experience in worldwide sales, service and resale, he will now lead the international, web marketplace and institutional channels.

“The growth and global demand for our products requires additional focus and resources in support of the industry. These two seasoned executives know the industry well and will be instrumental in helping AllPoints customers uncover new sources of profit and service,” says Tom Pendrey, president of AllPoints, in a press release.

AllPoints provides replacement parts to customers including service agents, dealers and parts resellers.



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