WPT Power is pleased to announce today its most recent hire, Brett Emson as the Asia Pacific Sales Manager. Emson’s new position will focus on more face-to-face communications with both distributors and Original Equipment Manufacturers in the region. He will coordinate and provide technical solutions, new product developments and general field support for WPT customers.
Emson has had various roles within the industrial sector for the past 17 years including Mining, Drilling, Marine, Paper, and Steel along with many others. For the last five years, he has been a part of the leadership team at Statewide Bearings in Queensland. Prior to that, Branch Manager at SKF Bearings & Power Transmission in Archerfield and Mount Isa, Australia. While at Statewide Bearings, Emson was the State Sales Manager and responsible for formulating market strategies to specific industrial segments as well as being actively involved in both technical and commercial field applications.
Commenting on the Emson’s employment, Byron Baber, General Sales Manager, said: “Brett brings a wealth of sales management experience, valuable hands-on know-how and will be an asset to our fast-growing team at WPT Power.”
“We’ve experienced remarkable growth in the Asia Pacific region and see other additional opportunities where we needed to bring in additional resources,” said Baber. “Brett was the perfect candidate for the position. He’s extremely detail-oriented, organized, and brings an excellent track record of success in sales and support for the power transmission industry. He will be a tremendous asset to our customers on many levels.”
“WPT Power is a well-respected global company. I have admired WPT Power for quite a while now, and I have experienced firsthand on how they support their products, customers and each other, which makes me very excited to join the team. I’ve been immersed in this industry for many years and I look forward to working with my customers throughout my territory, applying my experience to understand their requirements, and to create a solution that best fits those needs.”, said Emson.