Parchem appoints William Graham as VP Sales and Business Development

Parchem appoints William Graham as VP Sales and Business Development

Parchem-Fine & Specialty Chemicals welcomes William L. Graham to the company as Vice President of Sales and Business Development, focusing on business development for the flavor, fragrance and consumer products industries.

Parchem—Fine & Specialty Chemicals welcomes William L. Graham to the company as Vice President of Sales and Business Development, focusing on business development for the flavor, fragrance and consumer products industries. Mr. Graham is highly qualified from his many years of experience as manager and vice president of sales for several companies, taking responsibility for the growth of sales in each organization.

 Mr. Graham has been applying his sales and leadership skills with companies, starting with Florasynth, a flavor and fragrance manufacturer, as National Sales Manager, as well as Vice President Business Unit Fillings with Haarmann and Reimer USA. He then went on to Delavau LLC, a nutraceuticals company, as Senior Vice President of sales, where he recruited, trained and mentored a key accounts team. He decided to take hold of a new opportunity for himself as General Manager of the Flavors Division at Frutarom USA, with full responsibility for the division.

This year Mr. Graham sets off in search of new opportunities with Parchem—Fine & Specialty Chemicals. CEO, Ephraim Rabin, says that Mr. Graham’s vast qualifications, his matchless passion for sales and his determination for developing business is an exciting addition to the company.

Aside from his passion for sales and mentoring, Mr. Graham is a dedicated family man and community member. Dedication is essential at Parchem—Fine & Specialty Chemicals, as well as drive and innovation, which Mr. Graham clearly possesses. Parchem—Fine & Specialty Chemicals is excited about this new opportunity and is looking forward to expanding into new markets.  www.parchem.com

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