Briggs & Stratton expands sales team

By Leila Steed02 February 2021

Briggs & Stratton EMEA has named Guillaume Baronnet as its new Sales Executive for France and Benelux.

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Based in France, Guillaume Baronnet will be responsible for the company’s engine and battery sales, in both the commercial and consumer engine markets.

According to Briggs & Stratton, the appointment was part of its new growth strategy. It said that Baronnet would bring ‘substantial’ and relevant experience to the role.

Patrick Limberg, Director of Sales for Commercial Engines EMEA at Briggs & Stratton, said, “Mr. Baronnet’s business and industry experience and passion, combined with his technical understanding and customer focus, will support the accelerated growth of our new Vanguard and Briggs & Stratton power solutions within this important market.”

Prior to joining the engine manufacturer, Baronnet held a number of managerial positions at companies such as Pellenc, Deutz and Caterpillar.

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