Sierra International Machinery appoints director of sales for its Macpresse line

Industry veteran Randy Gibson will direct sales for the line of single-ram balers in the U.S. and Canada.

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June 5, 2018
Edited by DeAnne Toto
Equipment & Products Personnel

Sierra International Machinery, Bakersfield, California, has announced that Randy Gibson has been named director of sales for the company's Macpresse line in the United States and Canada. Gibson will be responsible for evolving Sierra’s relationship with current Sierra-Macpresse customers and building relationships with new and upcoming industries, such as refuse-derived fuel (RDF). Gibson will assist Sierra regional sales managers in communicating the advantages of Macpresse single-ram balers and reaching out to new markets and industries that can benefit from using a Macpresse machine, according to the company.

Gibson comes to Sierra with more than 28 years of experience in the solid waste and recycling industries. He has a strong background in the design and mechanical engineering of single-ram and two-ram balers as well as in conveyors, Sierra says.

“I am excited for the opportunity to take the Macpresse single-ram balers, which are world-renowned products, and grow them into the industry leader in the U.S. and Canada,” Gibson says. “I am thrilled to be a part of the Sierra team. This is a company that has an outstanding reputation with their customer service and a trustworthy product line.”

“The Macpresse single-ram balers are extremely innovative products, and we recognized that we needed to bring a specialist in single-ram extrusion balers on board at Sierra to properly promote and sell the Macpresse line in the United States and Canada,” says John Sacco, president and owner, Sierra International Machinery. “With Randy’s engineering background and sales capabilities, he’s going to lead Sierra and the Macpresse line to great success.”

Sierra International Machinery is a leader in the sale and support of processing equipment for the scrap and recycling industries, offering a full range of equipment to meet the demands of today’s processing facilities.