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Univar Hires Cordell as Sales Rep for Western North Carolina and South Carolina

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Cordell comes to Univar with more than nine years professional sales experience.

| February 19, 2010

AUSTIN, Texas – Univar USA announced that Chad Cordell has joined Univar’s Professional Products & Services business unit as an outside sales representative.

Cordell comes to Univar with more than nine years professional sales experience. He most recently was with HomeTeam Pest Defense in Greensboro, N.C., where he oversaw the sales department. He not only met goals in Greensboro, but exceeded them by 15% year after year.
 
Cordell, a native of Charlotte, N.C. will be responsible for covering Western North Carolina and South Carolina and will be based out out of the Charlotte office. 

According to Jill Settle, one of Univar’s Southeast District Sales Managers, “We are very excited to have Chad join Univar and look forward to seeing him flourish in the Southeast.”

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