CleanSpace Technology Americas Welcomes New Eastern Regional Sales Manager

April 17, 2019

CleanSpace Technology, a global manufacturer of a next generation in respiratory protection equipment, announced the addition of David Schuck as Eastern Regional Sales Manager for US and Canada.

“We are excited that David has joined the US team.  David brings a knowledge and expertise in workplace respiratory protection that ensures the Company’s ability to deliver ‘best practice’ technical and training support for US customers and sales partners,” says Dr. Alex Birrell, CEO CleanSpace Technologies. 

David has more than 30 years of sales leadership experience in respiratory protective equipment having worked for leading manufacturers to assist distributors and customers.

“Establishing a strong US team is a priority for this business. David’s background and successful track record in growing sales and distribution,” make him a natural fit for us   stated Rick Marquez, Vice President of Sales at CleanSpace. “The expansion of our US CleanSpace sales team, with a leader of Dave’s caliber ensures continued growth in the North American respiratory market.”  

David started with CleanSpace in January 2019.


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