RSG Announces Spate of New Promotions

Hudson, Wis.-based Refrigerated Solutions Group (RSG) recently announced several management promotions.

According to RSG: Bob Stevens has been promoted to the director of dealer sales, Craig Hammel has accepted the role of director of strategic accounts, Kim McGee has been promoted to the director of CX & sales support and Pam Williams has accepted the position of director of business development & project Management for RSG.  All four will report directly to Dan Hinkle, chief commercial officer for RSG.  Stevens and Hammel will assume their new roles immediately while McGee and Williams will take on their new responsibilities on August 17.

Stevens will help develop and execute commercial strategy while expanding new business opportunities.  All regional sales managers within the organization will report directly to Stevens.  Hammel’s responsibilities will include managing both foodservice and food retail chain accounts as well as securing new strategic opportunities.

McGee will have leadership responsibility for our inside sales team as well as the quotations/applications teams for RSG with a major focus on activities designed to enhance the customer experience, drive internal efficiencies and support our strategic goal of being an industry leader in customer satisfaction.

Williams will have leadership responsibility for the Nor-Lake Scientific business, consultant services and project management with a focus on new business development and driving 80/20 principles within the group, the company said.

“We are excited to have Kim and Pam focused on enhancing the overall customer experience,” said Hinkle. “Both individuals bring a wealth of knowledge and experience, creating a foundation for success in these new roles for RSG,” Hinkle concluded.


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