Management Team Named for Mark VII Canada
Mark VII taps Advantek's Johnston, Moyer to head up team
ARVADA, Colo. -- Mark VII Equipment Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of WashTec AG of Germany, a leading producer of vehicle washing equipment worldwide, has announced that it has appointed Mike Johnston as vice president of sales and service and Brad Moyer as vice president of finance and administration for Mark VII Canada.
Both joined Mark VII as part of its recent acquisition of Toronto-based former PDQ distributor Advantek Inc., where they were partners and co-founded the company.
"We've gone from zero to 60 by integrating three acquisitions to form Mark VII Canada in [image-nocss] the past 60 days," said Murray Kennedy, chief executive officer of Mark VII. "Mike and Brad are the perfect team to ensure we provide best-in-class sales, service and support to Canadian carwash operators."
Founded in 1966 and headquartered in Arvada, Colo., Mark VII is a wholly owned subsidiary of WashTec AG of Germany. The combined companies have a global installed base of more than 30,000 units and sell a complete line of touchfree and friction rollover, self-serve, truck and tunnel carwash systems, as well as ancillary products and services. WashTec AG is a German corporation. WashTec AG and Mark VII are not related to or affiliated with Integrated Services Inc., a U.S. company that markets a car wash controller product in the United States under the trademark WashTEC.