Peli BioThermal appoints Ed Meyer to sales leadership role

By Damian Brett

Ed Meyer

Peli BioThermal has appointed Ed Meyer to the global sales leadership role for its BioThermal division.

Meyer, who currently occupies the role of general manager for Canada sales and operations of parent company Pelican Products, Inc, will officially assume responsibility for Peli BioThermal’s sales team at the end of 2019 when longtime Peli BioThermal vice president of worldwide sales Kevin Lawler retires.

“We welcome Ed Meyer to our management team as he takes up leadership of our sales organisation and continues our successful growth in the life sciences temperature-controlled packaging and solutions market,” said David Williams, president of Peli BioThermal. “I expect Ed to build on his success of growing revenue by 70% during his 11 years of leading Pelican Canada.”

Prior to joining Pelican Canada, Meyer was a sales executive, sales manager and general manager in the industrial/safety distribution markets.

“I wholeheartedly believe in the necessity of a sound, diagnostic, value-based approach to business development where our process positions our sales professionals with respect and credibility — while being valued contributors to our customers’ success,” said Meyer. “This is something that we’ve built at Pelican Canada and I know that it is fundamental to the Peli BioThermal team.”

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