Bijur® Lubrication Group, a leading global manufacturer of centralized lubrication systems and components, has announced the appointment of Lee McGillivray as North America sales manager. McGillivray will be responsible for all sales-related functions in the United States, Canadan and Mexico for all brands in the Bijur Lubrication Group. "I am excited to become a part of an organization that is committed to quality products and world-class customer service," McGillivray says. "I feel my experience will help the Bijur Lubrication Group grow its customer base and expand its market share."
"We are excited to have Lee join our organization," says Thomas W. Arndt, president and COO of Bijur Lubrication Group. "His arrival strengthens our capabilities to respond quickly to market demands and customer needs. Lee has compiled a successful track record within several industrial companies, and we are confident his experience and expertise will benefit the Bijur Lubrication Group."
McGillivray has over 20 years of sales experience in the industrial and fluid power markets, including packaging, industrial pumps, and infrastructure water systems. His experience spans from managing large sales teams to developing distribution networks on a regional, national and global basis.
"Lee will focus on coordinating sales diversification efforts, which includes strengthening OEM and distributor relationships and improving market intelligence," Arndt says. "In addition to working with our regional sales managers and internal sales teams, Lee will play a strategic role in how we move forward in the years to come."
The Bijur Lubrication Group is an international leader in the design and manufacture of various fluid dispensing products and systems, ranging from simple single-point grease feeders to complex automatic systems that dispense oil or grease to hundreds of lubrication points. With facilities in the United States, China, France, Germany, Austria, Ireland, and Spain, the group services various national and international manufacturers. Principal industries served include machine tools, railroad, steel, mining, printing, food and beverage, textiles, and material handling.