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Hugo Kurona: Export Manager

By Becca Lucio

We are pleased to announce Hugo Kurona's promotion to Export Manager. His primary role is developing new markets, giving permanent support to our current customers, and training our clients to know our products and their applications. He will continue to grow through a business strategy focused on each of our market sectors while aligning with the Soler & Palau Group's philosophy in being leaders in advanced ventilation and committing to improving the quality of the air surrounding us in our homes and work.

Hugo Kurona began working at S&P USA as the Export Assistant, taking care of orders' coordination from the beginning to their dispatch. After two years, he was promoted to Supervisor, fulfilling the function of linking technical support with product selection for different application projects.

Hugo has been a massive asset to the team. As a business administration graduate with an emphasis on international sales development, he had the opportunity to visit several countries, work in some of them, and gain experience from other cultures. Within the export business, he has more than 35 years of experience and continues to walk with passion and dedication to this day.

A day at the Export Office is busy. It involves being in construction projects in close contact with the people responsible for approving the equipment that is part of the ventilation systems' design. He takes pride in simplifying the task for customers by prescribing the correct equipment for the system's optimal function.

Hugo enjoys being outdoors for walks on the beach or playing tennis. When he's not outside, he's watching soccer on tv while cooking, his other pastime.

Fast Five:

  • I like to play tennis and watch soccer on TV.
  • I am a good cook and barbecue as well as a good hand for drawing.
  • I couldn't live without my life partner.
  • In my free time, I enjoy long walks outdoors and on the beach.
  • If I had a superpower, I would be a time traveler.

 

 

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