Seattle Fish Company & Lombardi Brothers Meats has announced that Brian Sucher has been hired as Director of Sales with Joseph Dezzutti as Purchasing Manager.
Sucher will join the executive team and lead the sales team (including food service, retail, and sales support) by supporting and empowering them to achieve strong sales targets.
In his new role, Sucher will give a customer-focused perspective to the senior leadership team. According to the company, "he will assist them in prioritizing needs, developing sales plans, and upholding the Seattle Fish Company & Lombardi Brothers Meats brand promise."
Regarding his new role, Brian Sucher is most excited about "taking on a newly created position within the company to positively impact change and contribute to an already great culture."
In addition, Joseph Dezzutti is the new Purchasing Manager. Dezzutti will lead the procurement team at Seattle Fish Company to ensure that customers’ requests are fulfilled. Also, to provide transparency throughout the sourcing process.
The company has published that "Joseph looks forward to ensuring that the purchasing team fosters and builds upon vendor relationships. He also recognizes the importance of ensuring quality, traceability, availability, and cost consciousness as we source products for our customers.
Finally, Dezzutti said: "Seattle Fish has always been at the forefront of the sustainable seafood movement and I am very excited to work with these organizations to strengthen Seattle Fish’s sourcing program."
In 1918, 16-year-old Mose Iacino embarked on a dream to bring fresh seafood from Seattle to the people of Denver and the surrounding area. Although much has changed, Seattle Fish Co. remains a family-run business, where the traditions of innovation, dedication, passion, and service live on.
The company has 135 employees who deliver quality products to more than 1,400 Rocky Mountain companies. It is one of the largest seafood distributors in the Western United States. They work to improve the quality and sustainability of practices in the seafood industry.