New sales manager for Faymonville and Cometto

By Hannah Sundermeyer28 September 2022

Based in Iowa to best service the country from a central location, Matthew Schattgen has been appointed the new area sales manager for the Faymonville and Cometto line.

The photo shows: Jeremy Keller (1st from left, Head of Sales - Export, Faymonville), Paul Hönen (2nd from left, Area Sales Manager US, Faymonville) Matthew Schattgen (2nd from right, Area Sales Manager US, Faymonville) and Rainer Noe (1st from right, Product Management, Faymonville)

Serving the U.S., Schattgen aims to further develop the brand implementation on this important market. He supports Paul Hönen who has built up the successful structure there for some years now, the company said. 

The full product range of the brand Faymonville encloses telescopic and steerable trailers, double drop trailers, dual lane trailers and modular trailers. Cometto is the worldwide specialist for self-propelled modular transporters and member of the Faymonville Group. The main application fields are heavy haulage, steel industry, oil and gas, shipbuilding, aerospace, construction, wind energy and offshore jobs. Hale Heavy Haul carries all products by Faymonville and Cometto on stock and offers efficient customer service, after sales support and spare parts.

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