Girbau North America recently welcomed several new team members.
They are: Jacob Bruneau, shipping and receiving specialist; Amy Bartol, consumer finance associate; Anjelynn Coyne, inside sales associate; Brett Lobajeski, GNA technical field support specialist; and Kristi Williams, manager of Oshkosh Express Laundry Center.
“As our company continues its rapid growth, we look for skilled and highly qualified individuals to join our team,” said President Mike Floyd. “We are excited to welcome these self-starting individuals to our talented staff.”
As shipping and receiving specialist, Bruneau assists with receiving and the fulfillment of equipment and parts orders, in addition to a variety of other tasks, including basic parts repair, forklift operation and clerical duties. He comes to GNA with 20 years of experience in manufacturing and heavy industrial equipment operation.
As consumer finance associate, Bartol is responsible for processing and monitoring all consumer finance transactions and programs with third-party finance sources, distributors, end users and company staff. Bartol brings more than 15 years of business experience to GNA and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
In her new role as inside sales associate, Coyne interfaces with GNA staff, distributors and customers on a daily basis; manages GNA’s lead qualification process; and handles inside sales and customer relations duties. She holds an associate’s degree in business analysis, as well as a global studies certificate from Moraine Park Technical College in Fond du Lac, Wis.
As GNA technical field support specialist, Lobajeski assists GNA customers and distributors with product maintenance, installation, troubleshooting and servicing concerns, in addition to managing technical service and maintenance for GNA’s Oshkosh Express Laundry Center. Lobajeski, who has more than 30 years of experience as a commercial products technician, earned an associate’s degree in engine technology, emissions and power transmission from Moraine Park Technical College.
As manager of Oshkosh Express Laundry Center, Williams is responsible for staff, cash, inventory and facility management, as well as quality control and commercial accounts. She brings 10 years of hospitality industry customer service and meeting planning experience to her new position.