Terry Wallace

Part of the Tnemec family since 1999

Vice President - Business Development & Customer Experience

With decades of experience in the coatings industry, Terry Wallace oversees Tnemec’s customer service, credit, and claims departments, while managing product commercialization and new business initiatives. Terry is pivotal in aligning many operations across market channels and customer touchpoints to deliver a seamless, consistent customer experience from end-to-end. In his business development role, Terry looks to increase activity in the company’s current markets, as well as explore new channels of distribution through licensing agreements, private labeling and potential acquisitions.

Terry joined the Tnemec team in 1999 and has spent time in various important positions throughout the company. Before Tnemec, Terry served as vice president and co-owner of coatings manufacturer, Chemprobe Technologies, which eventually became the masonry division of Tnemec. He is a NACE Level III Certified Coating Inspector, a past chairman and active member of the Fluoropolymer Committee for the SSPC and holds a CSI Construction Documents Technologist (CDT) designation. He also holds a NCMA Certified Consultant of Concrete Masonry (CCCM) designation and is a USGBC Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional (AP) for Building Design and Construction (LEED BD+C). Terry received his bachelor’s degree in marketing management from California State Polytechnic University.

From Terry

"Tnemec is known for our ability to meet the needs of the industry while always doing what’s right based on the situation and the customer – and this is true throughout our leadership, our independent sales representatives and our operations teams."

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