Jura Changes Name, Expands Sales Organization

CLOSTER, N.J.-Jura-Capresso has changed its name to Jura North America and has bolstered its sales organization with a number of promotions and a new hire.

The newly named company will continue to market products under the Jura and Capresso brands in the United States, Canada, Central America and the Caribbean. Meanwhile, David Shull, previously vice president of sales and marketing, has been promoted to senior vice president of Jura North America.

Tom McMahon, formerly director of sales-Mid-West, has been elevated to vice president of sales USA, reporting to Shull. John Brennan--a sales executive with Chantal Cookware, Le Creuset, M. Block and Sons, PHD Southwest and Pepsi-Cola--has joined the company as director of sales Mid-West, reporting to McMahon. John Evans, director of sales East, has been given the additional responsibilities for sales in the Caribbean and Central America.

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