Spartan Chemical Promotes Three To Regional Manager
Spartan Chemical Company, Inc., manufacturer of sustainable cleaning and sanitation solutions for the industrial and institutional market, announced the promotion of Jeff Anderson, Evan Ghen and Zach Patchen to the role of regional manager, effective November 16, 2018.
Mr. Anderson, who has responsibility for the Eastern Tennessee region, joins Spartan from Atlantic Packaging Corp, in Forest Hill, Maryland where he was a sales representative handling account management in the tri-state area for over two years. Prior to that, Jeff worked as a territory manager for CPI Packaging Inc., in Somerset, NJ. Additionally, Mr. Anderson spent two years as an account manager for Susquehanna Paper & Sanitary Supply Co., in Williamsport, Pennsylvania where he gained experience in the janitorial and sanitary industry. Jeff holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Administration and Management from Susquehanna University, in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania.
Mr. Ghen, joins Spartan as the regional manager for the New York/New Jersey region. Evan most recently owned and operated Renegade Action Group in Robbinsville, New Jersey. Prior to that, Mr. Ghen was the vice president of sales for Scoles Floorshine Industries gaining five years of industry knowledge. Additionally, Evan worked for Town Sports International where he managed the overall operation of eight health and fitness clubs. Mr. Ghen holds a Bachelor of Science in Labor Studies and Industrial Relations from Penn State University in State College, Pennsylvania.
Before joining Spartan, Mr. Patchen, who has responsibility for the Boston region, was a commercial sales manager for Tennant Company for over four years in Boston, Massachusetts. Prior to that, Zach gained over six years’ experience in the janitorial and sanitation industry working as a distributor sales representative for Hillyard Inc., as well as Rovic Inc., both located in Worcester, Massachusetts.
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