Cardinal International Names Frank Biller as Director Key Accounts

Cardinal Internations Names Frank Biller Director Key AccountsCardinal International, a leader in high quality dinnerware, glassware and flatware to the North American hospitality markets, has named Frank Biller Director Key Accounts. In his new role, Biller will manage some of the division’s customers and accounts, while assisting in strategic planning and business development opportunities. He will report directly to Alexandre Bollengier, VP Sales & Marketing for Cardinal International.

“We are thrilled to have Frank join our dynamic company and look after this targeted group of customers for Cardinal,” says Bollengier. “His people-oriented leadership skills and outstanding track record in the development of major account business in the foodservice tabletop industry make him the ideal candidate.”

Biller brings accomplished marketing and sales leadership experience with a knack for increasing revenue and market share. He was most recently part of the merged Anchor Hocking/Oneida foodservice tabletop team as Director of Broadline and Redistribution, where his direct account assignments included Sysco Corp., US Foods/CES, Reinhart, FSA, Shamrock, Dot Foods, Lagasse, and Houston’s. Prior to the merger, Biller held the positions of National Accounts Manager and National Sales Manager Foodservice for Anchor Hocking.

“Frank’s talents and industry knowledge complement the new additions to our currently formed team. We believe his abilities will have an immediate positive impact on our existing customers and enable us to attract and strengthen new relationships,” says Bryan O’Rourke, CEO/President at Cardinal International Inc.

Frank has earned a B.A. from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn.

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