Terry Owens Welcomed as Makinex’s New Northeast Business Development Manager

Terry OwensMakinex has expanded their sales team with a Business Development team member in the Northeast, Terry Owens!

Terry will be in charge of the Northeast region of the United States; that includes his home state of New Jersey along with Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.

Terry has great experience within the flooring industry and most recently was an Account Executive at Jon-Don.

“I am very excited to bring on the newest member of our highly skilled Business Development Team, Terry Owens! Terry’s knowledge and expertise will help further develop and improve our continued support of customers & sales for Makinex.” – Bill Marshall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

To reach Terry, either email [email protected] or call him at 1-508-807-2329.

About Makinex

Makinex is an Australian-owned private company. They are experts in the design, development and distribution of innovative solutions to the construction, landscaping, equipment hire, infrastructure and related industries.

  • Makinex products are innovative, unique and distinct from their competitors
  • The design of the products is to promote exceptional efficiency, saving both time and money
  • Makinex always looks towards continuous improvement in product development

As a nimble and entrepreneurial industry beacon, Makinex also seeks to make an impactful difference in the global construction industry. They seek to do this through the provision of truly unique and innovative Australian designed quality products also.


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