The sales team at MAX USA hit a strong first half throughout the U.S. this year. With the growing TwinTier platform and PowerLite high pressure tools the market has shown high interest in the products offered to the construction market. Southwest regional sales executive, Gary Tharp had the largest regional growth with a 64 percent increase, whereas John Parsons, Midwest regional sales executive increased his profit margin with a 55 percent growth.
Since 2016, Gary Tharp has been working with new and existing clients at MAX to bridge his 40 years of sales experience full circle. His leadership quality and ability to encourage contractors to integrate the technical innovations through MAX, has proven to be no different. With an individual 64 percent of growth in the Southwest territory, Gary has found that the tilt-up construction market seems to be one of the increasing ways for contractors to keep the workforce moving.
“Being able to educate our clients on how our TwinTier platform can deliver cost and time effective measures in the field has proven to be extremely beneficial,” says Gary. “Additionally, we are finding that because of these key deliverables, the labor shortage can be overcome with the integration this technology.”
When it comes to influencing the construction market with new opportunities to address day-to-day challenges, John Parsons works with his clients to identify their processes to help evolve core operations in the field. With a personal sales increase of 55 percent in just the first half of this year, John has demonstrated that being an active member in this industry and working to provide a service peddles itself. John shares, “For the past 6 years, I have worked onsite with our growing partnerships to support their solutions and help them maintain dependability, efficiency, and above all, safer operations. Specifically, with the RB401T-E, I have been able to demonstrate this breakthrough rebar tying technology and how it is shaping road and bridge sites. We have an extremely unique tool that is allowing ironworks to deploy the technology in an upright position that avoids the constant back pain and injuries as a result from the labor-intensive work.” For more, visit www.maxusacorp.com.