Tribotecc Adds Cune for North American Sales

Source: Tribotecc

ARNOLDSTEIN, Vienna – Tribotecc announced the addition of Ron Cune in November to its sales teams covering the company’s activities in the United States and Canada.

Originally from the Netherlands but living now in Chicago, Cune will bring along extensive knowledge on global trading business, a widespread network within the friction industry as well as a high level of intercultural competence.

Previously, Cune was co-founder of 6th Gear, where he, amongst other things, cooperated with Greening Inc. on marketing and sales activities for tribological tests, analyses and certificates.

Cune will assume the functions of current regional manager Ron Balmain and pursue the expansion of Tribotecc’s core business as well as further develop our business activities in North America. In this role he will report to David Robitschek.

About Tribotecc

Tribotecc GmbH is the global market and technology leader of high-performance metal sulfide solutions for the friction industry. The tribological properties of metal sulfide systems with regard to chemical structure, polarity, lubricating ability and thermal behavior are essential for the functioning and performance enhancement of friction products and help to extend the lifetime of components motion. Sulfides of various metals have proven to be the most versatile and most effective additives for stabilizing the coefficient of friction at high level, prevent brake fading, reduce pad and disc wear and increase comfort by less noise and vibrations. A new generation of antimony free, environmentally friendly synthetic materials from Tribotecc is suitable for use as copper replacement in brake pads.

Tribotecc guarantees:

1.         The best quality under the toughest stresses
2.         Innovative products
3.         Fulfillment of all safety and environmental standards
4.         Customer satisfaction.

Mike Geylin
Mike Geylin

Mike Geylin is the Editor-in-Chief at Hagman Media. Geylin has been in automotive communications for five decades working in all aspects of the industry from OEM to supplier to motorsports as well as reporting for both newspapers and magazines on the industry.