Nyco Products Company Adds Three Sales Agencies
Nyco Products Company announced the addition of three sales agencies to their network of manufacturer sales representatives, deepening and expanding their nationwide coverage in the foodservice sector.
PMR Distributing has been hired to represent Nyco exclusively to the foodservice industry in Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas, known as Region 14 in the Manufacturers’ Agents Association for Food Service Industry (MAFSI). PMR has deep knowledge and relationships in the foodservice vertical.
Commented Michael Moore, Principal at PMR, “With our mutual food service expertise and experience, we believe PMR is a great fit for Nyco. We look forward to a fruitful and successful relationship.”
Effective immediately, PCH Solutions − a highly acclaimed sales agency among commercial foodservice manufacturers − will represent Nyco in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, including California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana, and Hawaii.
“PCH is excited to be representing Nyco,” indicated Partner Michael Hartman. “They round out our portfolio of high-profile manufacturers in the specialty cleaning and sanitation area of our business.”
Completing Nyco’s nationwide coverage, EPI (formerly CGMG) will represent them in Texas and Oklahoma. Headquartered in Grapevine, Texas, EPI maintains a staff of over 30 sales agents with deep experience in the foodservice sector.
“According to Director of National Accounts Jack Greenoe, “We are thrilled to partner with Nyco Products Co. to bring their extensive line of quality chemicals to customers in Texas and Oklahoma. I’m especially excited about their ‘Building Better Brands’ private brand program, which will be an excellent fit for distributors in our area.”
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