Enthone, Inc. has promoted Jason Maupin to the position of vice president, Americas.
Prior to his promotion, Maupin served as vice president sales, Enthone North America, where he was instrumental in working with the company’s regional sales managers and business development teams to grow market share by leveraging Enthone’s technical and market expertise at new and existing key accounts. Most recently, he also was appointed general director for Enthone Mexico.
Maupin has more than 15 years experience in sales management and business development.
“Jason’s unique background, experience and leadership ability provide a natural succession to his new role," said Rick Reagan, Enthone president. "His passion for our customers and industries we serve are certain to deliver immediate value throughout the region.”
Maupin proudly served in the U.S. Navy for six years from 1991 to 1996. After graduating from the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program, he served on a Los Angeles Class fast attack submarine where he was on a team responsible for the chemical control of the nuclear reactor and its support systems. Maupin plans to relocate to Connecticut in the coming months.
In a related move, Terrence Copeland, previously vice president, Enthone Americas, has been appointed vice president, commercial business development. In this new role, Copeland will be responsible for identifying new business opportunities supporting current Enthone business in addition to developing new strategic initiatives.
“Terry’s industry knowledge, contacts and business relationships are ideal for this position," Reagan said. "Terry has made significant contributions as regional vice president, and we are well positioned for continued success in the Americas due to his leadership.”
Enthone Inc. is a global and leading supplier of high-performance specialty chemicals and coatings. Enthone creates customer value by providing innovative and cost-effective technology solutions to the automotive, building hardware, energy, aerospace, jewelry, industrial finishes, printed circuit board and semiconductor industries. For more information, please visit enthone.com.