Leifheit Appoints Maria VP Sales

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MELVILLE, N.Y.-The Leifheit Corp. has appointed Fernando Maria vice president, sales for Leifheit International USA, Inc. Reporting to Elke Roehrig, general vice president, Leifheit International USA, Inc., Maria will work from his home office in Airmont, N.Y. He succeeds Eric Horn.

"I'm very pleased to welcome Fernando Maria," Roehrig said. "His depth of experience in sales and in the housewares industry will bring great value to the company and our retail partners. We look forward to Fernando's contributions to help lead our companies' future and bring an even more collaborative and multifunctional relationship with our customers."

Before joining Leifheit, Maria served as national sales manager for Built NY Inc. He has also held national sales manager positions at Polder and Salter.

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