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TerraVest Industries hires key accounts manager

July 13, 2023 By    

TerraVest Industries added industry veteran David Archer as the key accounts manager.

Headshot: David Archer

Archer

As the key accounts manager at TerraVest, Archer will play a pivotal role in fostering relationships with key clients and ensuring customer satisfaction.

“We are thrilled to welcome David to our TerraVest Industries family,” says Ryan Eidsness, director of sales and marketing for USA Compressed Gas at TerraVest Industries. “His impressive track record, genuine passion for the industry, and commitment to exceptional customer service align perfectly with our company values. We do not doubt that he will thrive in his new role and make invaluable contributions to our team.”

With Archer’s arrival, TerraVest Industries further strengthens its position in the compressed gas industry, according to the company.

Born in Germany, where his father served in the Army, he embarked on a journey to Texas, Oklahoma and Kentucky, where he spent most of his younger years. During his time in Louisville, Kentucky, he discovered a passion for sales and met his wife, Dee.

With a career spanning more than three decades, Archer has forged deep connections and lasting friendships within the compressed gas industry, according to TerraVest. During the first 18 years of his career, he excelled in selling bulk transportation services to the compressed gas market. In the subsequent 17 years, he honed his skills in selling domestic tanks to the LPG market.

He is a past president of the West Virginia Propane Gas Association and the Ohio Propane Gas Association. He also served as a National Propane Gas Association state director for West Virginia and is currently the secretary/treasurer of the Ohio Propane Council.

TerraVest Industries manufactures and supplies compressed gas storage and transport equipment. Fischer Tanks, Signature Truck Systems, Mississippi Tank Co., Maxfield, and Pro-Par Inc. are subsidiaries of TerraVest Industries.

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