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AMF Bakery Systems announces leadership changes

February 5, 2019
By Bakers Journal

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AMF Bakery Systems announced two big leadership changes for sales and service support throughout North, Central and South America.

Blake Millard, Director of Sales for AMF, will lead a growing sales team strategically focused on five product segments: Soft bread and buns, artisan bread and rolls, pizza and flatbreads, cakes and pies, and pastry and croissants, throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Jamie Bryan, General Manager for AMF Tucker, will lead project management and service teams for all AMF Tromp and AMF Den Boer equipment throughout the U.S. and Canada, in addition to his existing leadership for all AMF BakeTech equipment. Federico Martinez, Vice President of Sales for Latin America, will continue to lead the combined sales and service teams in Central and South America. 

These leadership changes follow the announcement of the global integration of Tromp Sheeting and Depositing Systems (AMF Tromp) and Den Boer Baking Systems (AMF Den Boer) – formerly Tromp Group – into AMF Bakery Systems.


“With this improved alignment, our sales and engineering teams are better equipped to offer the best bakery system solutions while also more effectively supporting our bakery customers with localized service engineers and project management,” said Jason Ward, President of AMF Bakery Systems.

Under Millard’s leadership, AMF’s North American sales team has welcomed Brandon Woods and Jeff McLean as Regional Account Managers. Clint Adams will continue as Product Specialist for AMF Tromp and AMF Den Boer solutions supporting the sales team and customers in the Americas region.

Additionally, Bryan and the AMF Tucker team have welcomed Clent Hollin as Project Manager and Michael Gill as Installation and Service Technician. Hollin and Gill will be accountable for ensuring the AMF Tromp and AMF Den Boer projects are executed and supported effectively in the U.S. and Canada.

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