KACO SOLAR USA completes Sales team for San Francisco sales office

KACO Solar Inc. is pleased to announce that our headquarters in San Francisco is now fully staffed with a team of highly skilled individuals to serve the growing KACO USA client base.

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — August 10, 2007—KACO Solar Inc. is pleased to announce that our headquarters in San Francisco is now fully staffed with a team of highly skilled individuals to serve the growing KACO USA client base. "We are thrilled to have found such great talent in the likes of Ralf and Vince to compliment our existing team", says CEO Peter Flachsmann.


Mr. Vince Lucia, KACO's new Director of Sales was formerly the Sales Account Manager for SMA America during his first three years and completed his last two years at SMA as Operations Manager. Vince brings years of sales, customer service and operational experience from his years at SMA. He helped SMA to build the impressive market share and customer loyalty they enjoy today. Mr. Lucia was also the founder of a successful service industry business where he led a team of dedicated individuals for over 10 years.

Mr. Ralf Schulze, KACO's Technical Director has years of hand's on experience as a lead installation specialist for Occidental Power. Occidental Power is one of the very few San Francisco based solar installation companies. Ralf's technical know how and bi-lingual capacity make him a valuable asset to the already established San Francisco based KACO operation.

"We are working hard to help make your work easier" Vince Lucia.

To view more about the KACO team simply visit www.kacosolar.com/Contact.shtml.

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