Liberty, MO, January 28, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Continental Disc Corporation and Groth Corporation appoint Steven L. Breid to the position of Vice President, Sales and Marketing. In this role, he will be responsible for global sales and marketing activities for Continental Disc Corporation, Groth Corporation and LAMOT brand products. Breid will report to the President of Continental Disc Corporation and Groth Corporation, Dave Brown.
Breid began his career with Continental Disc Corporation and Groth Corporation in 2005 and has spent that time in roles of increasing responsibilities including leading the sales organization in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, spearheading the company’s global operations initiative and heading the company’s IT-related sales and manufacturing projects and systems. Prior to joining Continental Disc Corporation and Groth Corporation, Breid was with Henkel Orbseal in Richmond, Missouri, a leader in the sealants and adhesives industry.
“I am very excited to be leading the sales and marketing activities of both companies during such an exciting time,” Breid said. “Continental Disc Corporation’s and Groth Corporation’s high-quality product lines and committed workforce provide an excellent resource for pressure-relief safety products. I look forward to working jointly with our extended sales staff and representative organizations to expand our customer base, grow revenues and provide the best customer service.”
Established in 1965, Continental Disc Corporation is a leading manufacturer of rupture disc devices for a variety of process industries, including chemical, petrochemical, petroleum refining, pharmaceutical, beverage, food and dairy, aerospace, gases, electronics, and other markets worldwide.
Established in 1960, Groth Corporation is a global leader in manufacturing pressure/vacuum relief valves, deflagration and detonation flame arresters, blanket gas regulators, and other low pressure relief products. Groth pressure relief products have been protecting refineries, chemical processing plants, and facilities with atmospheric storage tanks for more than 40 years.