Pro Spot Names Art Ewing Canadian Sales & Marketing Director - BodyShop Business

Pro Spot Names Art Ewing Canadian Sales & Marketing Director

Ewing's main focus will be to support and further develop Pro Spot's existing distribution in Canada.

Art EwingPro Spot International announced the appointment of Art Ewing as sales and marketing director – Canada. Ewing’s main focus will be to support and further develop Pro Spot’s existing distribution in Canada.

Ewing, a resident of Vancouver, has been involved in selling and marketing Pro Spot products for several years in his past role as welding products marketing manager with Lordco Auto Parts. He has also held North American marketing and sales management roles with a major industrial gases manufacturer.

Ewing is a welding engineering technologist graduate from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, holds a special certificate in finance from the British Columbia Institute of Technology, and is a graduate of Vancouver Community College’s Provincial Instructors and Adult Learning Program. He’s a certified welding engineering technologist with the Edison Welding Institute and the Canadian Welding Bureau.

“We are committed to providing our growing Canadian market with innovative welding products and great representation from within Canada,” said Ron Olsson, president of Pro Spot International. “Art Ewing’s skills and knowledge make him an incredible asset to the Canadian market, and we are excited to have Art on board.”

Pro Spot International is a leading manufacturer of resistance spot welding equipment and tools specializing in applications for the collision repair industry and now the fabrication and restoration industry as well. The company is headquartered in Carlsbad, Calif., and owns and manages on-site research and development, engineering, machine shop, fabrication, production, testing, technical support and a training center. It also owns numerous patents for application tools, machines and procedures.


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