NorthGate Names Terrence M. Ethier Director of Business Development

NorthGate names Terrence M. Ethier Director of Business Development

Online PR News – 15-October-2011 – – FLINT, Mich., October 11, 2011—NorthGate today announced that it has named Terrence M. Ethier to the newly created position of Director of Business Development. In this role, he reports directly to Teresa Witt, President, and is responsible for proactively identifying new customer solutions.
Mr. Ethier has spent more than two decades in the automotive/heavy-duty truck parts distribution and supply chain industry in various business development, sales and marketing positions. He also has experience developing business solutions for industrial equipment customers in the heat transfer and engine cooling business segment.
“As NorthGate is poised to expand its reach throughout the Midwest, the key priority for Terry is to help guide us in developing and securing a growing stream of profitable accounts outside of our current customer base,” said Witt. “With his strong industrial and supply chain background, and a well versed career in sales, marketing and business
development, we feel Terry will be instrumental in helping craft not only our future strategic direction but many cost effective solutions for our new customers.”
Ethier holds a degree in Business Administration/Marketing and Accounting from Saint Clair College in Windsor, Ontario, and earned management certificates from both the University of Western Ontario and York University (Toronto, ON).
For 27 years, NorthGate has provided an unparalleled level of service to its customers and remained devoted to the community and its employees. The company’s innovations have grown beyond packaging and it has become an advanced warehouse-based, third-party logistics provider, utilizing web based inventory management and radio frequency scanning technology. NorthGate’s mission remains the same — to become the Great Lakes region logistical partner for every stage of the supply chain.
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