Big Daishowa announces personnel appointments

Published
May 30, 2024 - 07:30am
Edgar Alvarez

Big Daishowa has made several personnel changes to support the company’s strategic initiatives. 

Edgar Argueta joined the company as sales manager, Southwest District, covering Southern California, Baja Peninsula and Southeast Nevada. Argueta has been a pivotal part of the Big Daishowa team as a manufacturer’s representative for a number of years. With a deep technical understanding of the Big Daishowa product offering and commitment to customer satisfaction, Argueta excels in providing innovative solutions and the highest level of service and support.

Glen James
Glen James

Glen James joined the company as sales engineer, Southwest District, covering Arizona and New Mexico. James has more than 20 years of experience as a machinist in set-up, operations and programming in the aerospace, medical and semiconductor industries. Most recently James was a manufacturer's representative and applications engineer.

Tom Burley has been appointed sales engineer, Rocky Mountain District covering Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. As a dedicated sales engineer, Burley is committed to understanding each customer’s unique needs and providing tailored solutions that drive success for their business.

 Tom Burley
Tom Burley

"Our company is at a pivotal point in its growth trajectory and bringing on talented professionals like Edgar, Glen and Tom is crucial to our continued success," said Mike Herman, vice president sales, Big Daishowa. "Each of these individuals brings experience, innovative thinking, and a commitment to excellence that aligns perfectly with our vision for the future. We are excited to see the positive impact they will have with our customers."

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