Meet the Team – Sales Team Update

AndyAndrew Galati

Regional Manager, Mezzanines – South Central

As of September 1st, Andrew has moved into the role of Mezzanine Regional Manager – South Central. This newly created territory consists of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and western Tennessee. Andrew originally joined the Cubic Designs team three years ago as the Safety Products manager. Before that, he graduated from Marquette University and worked in sales for a healthcare staffing company. As he transitions into the CDI mezzanine division, he’s most looking forward to “building up a territory that has a ton of potential”. In Andrew’s free time he enjoys watching and attending Packers, Brewers and Marquette basketball games and spending time with his five nieces and nephews.



travisTravis Netherton

Safety Products Manager – East

After about 18 months learning the ins and outs of Cubic Designs as a CDI project manager, as of September 1, Travis has moved into the role of Safety Products manager for the east side of the country. Travis graduated from Endicott College with a Bachelor of Science in Sports Management.  He went on to work as a Quote Representative for Uline Shipping Supplies. When he’s not keeping the world a safer place, Travis enjoys golfing, playing beach volleyball and spending time outdoors.





KimKim Cossun

Project Manager

After spending 5 years as a Project Manager at Everbrite, Kim joined the Cubic Designs team in August 2017. Kim graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater with a degree in Medical Sciences.  When asked what she likes about project management, she says “Project management is very structured – I enjoy this along with the organization and efficient processes that come along with the job.” Kim will be working with Tom Surges and Jarod Rouch for the Midwest and Southeast territories, respectively.  Outside of work, Kim enjoys spending time with her husband and step-daughter, playing cards and going for walks.







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