Polymer Logistics Appoints Mosco North American Vice President of Sales

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Tony Mosco has joined Polymer Logistics.  As North American Vice President of Sales for the retail-ready packaging leader, he reports to Gideon Feiner, CEO of Polymer Logistics, and is responsible for all commercial activity in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

“Tony Mosco brings decades of experience to his new role. His expertise in the pooling industry, the grower community, and with retailers will give our customers a competitive service advantage. We’re happy to have him on our team,” said Feiner.

Mosco is an accomplished executive with more than 20 years of experience driving significant revenue growth for multinational organizations. He was most recently Vice President of Sales at Intergro, where he was responsible for partnering with grower-shippers specific to the agricultural industry. Prior to Intergro, Mosco worked for the CHEP USA Division of Brambles Ltd. as National Sales Manager for the Produce Sector, managing a team of account executives and a portfolio of business covering the U.S. He holds a BS degree from Bloomsberg University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from University of Tampa.

Polymer Logistics provides world-class plastic container and pallet pooling services, working closely with manufacturers, suppliers/packers and retailers alike to ensure cost-effective logistics solutions and maximum in-store product availability.

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