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DuPont Names Performance Services Leadership Team

DuPont announced it has named Steve Aitken and Steve Trapp to two key positions within the company’s newly formed, value-added services offering, DuPont Performance Services.

Aitken, named collision services sales manager, is a 23-year DuPont veteran who will manage DuPont Performance Coatings’ growing staff of business development managers (BDM). BDMs are charged with leading the implementation of the local value-added services efforts.

Trapp, named collision services development manager, will lead course development activity and develop performance group content and consulting materials. He will also coordinate DuPont Executive Facilitators, a team of experts responsible for course instruction.

“With the addition of Steve Aitken and Steve Trapp to lead these critical Performance Services areas, our business development managers and course facilitators will be more fully prepared to address the needs of our customers,” said Troy Weaver, collision services manager. “We have always had great tools and consulting services, but now we have the field and development teams to become the clear value-added services leader in the collision repair industry.”

More information:

DuPont Performance Alliance

DuPont Revamps Business Performance Services

DuPont Honored as General Motors Supplier of the Year

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