Serge Ferrari names regional sales manager

Serge Ferrari North America named Julie Bui as its regional sales manager for the South-Central states.
Julie Bui

Julie Bui

Serge Ferrari North America said it named Julie Bui as its regional sales manager for the South-Central states.

Bui will handle sales and service of Serge Ferrari products in Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Illinois.

The company said Bui brings extensive sales and service experience. She most recently worked as a field sales representative at TechTronic Industries in Houston, a supplier of electronics to the oil and gas industry, where she grew her territory’s sales from 18 to 27 percent each year.

She previously worked as an inside sales representative for All-Tex Pipe and Supply in Houston, and Energy Pipe and Supply in New Orleans, in a variety of industries, including marine, chemical, industrial and plumbing.

Serge Ferrari makes flexible composite membranes for the marine, solar protection, architectural and other industries.


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