Salem Promotes Two to Sales Director Roles

Glass Magazine
November 15, 2019
COMMERCIAL, FABRICATION : PEOPLE
Rosato
Anderson

Salem Flat Glass & Mirror promoted two machinery sales engineers to sales directors. Michael Rosato is now machinery sales director, West Coast, and David Anderson is now machinery sales director, East Coast.

“We have an extremely talented team at Salem and I am delighted to promote Michael and David to these machinery sales director positions,” says Dan Reinhart, vice president of sales and marketing. “Together, their industry and product knowledge, drive to succeed, and persistence will serve them, and our company, very well in this expanded sales role. We look forward to their success in providing solutions and enhancing our customer relationships.”

Michael Rosato is a veteran in the glass industry with over 36 years of experience. Beginning early in his career, he acquired additional customer focused sales training to hone his professional skills. His extensive experience in the shop, around the machinery and in the field has allowed him to establish deep customer relationships and work closely with manufacturers to develop and improve their machinery lines. Rosato has held various posts within the industry including glass fabrication manager, plant manager and general manager. His qualifications also include Commercial and Industrial Inspection and Contractor’s License qualifier. Rosato joined Salem in 2012 as a regional account manager offering fabrication equipment and robotic solutions as well as tooling and supplies to customers.

David Anderson is a seasoned fabrication solution provider having 23 years of experience in the glass and stone industries. Anderson began working in the glass industry directly out of school. He started on the production shop floor cutting glass on a manual table and eventually worked his way through many facets of the industry as a whole including: cutting, operating in-line edgers and bevellers, estimating curtainwalls and storefronts and architectural hardware, plus programming and operating CNC machinery, along with other glass working machines. Anderson has held industry positions in production, operations, management, and sales. He joined Salem in 2017 as a machinery sales engineer, selling Salem’s full line of capital glass fabrication equipment.