Salt Lake City-based Dynatronics Corporation announces two sales managers have joined the firm as founder, Kelvyn H. Cullimore, Sr, sets an end-of-year retirement date.

Hired recently by the company are Shane James as eastern sales manager and Chris Ramsay as director of international sales.

Prior to joining Dynatronics, James spent 18 years at DJO Global and Chattanooga Group, with responsibilities including managing sales representatives and independent distributors.

The addition of James creates a third sales management region that will allow for more intensive engagement with Dynatronics’ 20 direct and 150 indirect dealer representatives, according to a media release from Dynatronics.

Ramsay also worked with DJO Global and Chattanooga group prior to joining Dynatronics, where he established a global training program for sales representatives. At Dynatronics, Ramsy will lead the company’s international expansion efforts, per the release.

“Shane and Chris are proven performers,” says Jeff Gephart, senior vice president of sales, in the release. “They have the right skill sets to help us move aggressively to increase our market share and expand our sales reach on a global scale.  We look forward to adding them to our team, and we’re confident they’ll have a positive impact on our growth initiatives in the very near future.”

Also announced by the company is the planned retirement of Kelvyn H. Cullimore, Sr, the company’s founder and former chairman and president, effective December 31, 2016.

Per the release, Cullimore will transfer his responsibilities to Ramsay during the remainder of the year.

For more information, visit Dynatronics.

[Source(s): Dynatronics, PR Newswire]