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CED Magazine October 2006

Article Date: 10-02-2006
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United Rentals has appointed Todd Helvie and John Fahey to financial management positions. Helvie will serve as senior vice president and controller, and Fahey will serve as vice president - assistant corporate controller and principal accounting officer.

Ingersoll Rand has named Nationwide Equipment its newest dealer. Based in Jacksonville, Fla., Nationwide will serve northern Florida's utility equipment needs. The company also carries ADM, Daewoo, Kori, Okada and Moxy.

Bobcat of Durango will represent Ingersoll Rand Utility Equipment in southwest Colorado.

Ray Corrigan has been named West Coast sales representative for Geith. Corrigan previously worked on the company's design team, where he helped develop several products including the Claw coupler and the Auto Lock mechanical thumb. Geith manufactures backhoe and excavator attachments.

Ingersoll Rand has appointed Larry Silber president of utility equipment. He will also maintain his current responsibility for sales to the rental industry for the Ingersoll Rand Construction Technologies and Compact Vehicle Technologies sectors. Ingersoll Rand manufactures construction and road building equipment, including pavers and compactors, portable air compressors, light towers and generators, earthmoving equipment, material handlers, concrete equipment and attachments.

Briggs Equipment and Gibson Machinery have been named Sennebogen's top dealers of 2005. Based in Tampa, Fla., Briggs also represents Case, Kobelco, Hamm, Atlas Copco, JLG, Lull, NPK, Eager Beaver, Wirtgen and Vogele. Gibson Machinery, headquartered in Oakwood Village, Ohio, represents Terex, Dynapac, JRB, Werk-Brau, IHI and many more.

Douglas Twyford is now vice president of sales and marketing for Elliott Equipment Co., a manufacturer of truck-mounted telescopic equipment for the construction and maintenance industries.

Stafford has added a branch in Fairburn, Ga., bringing the company's branches to 10. This location will serve the south side of Atlanta. Stafford is a construction equipment dealer that represents a number of manufacturers including John Deere, Link-Belt, Terex, Tadano, Liebherr, Shuttlelift, Hyundai, Gomaco, Kobelco and Bomag.

Sennebogen has added Andreas Ernst to the Sennebogen America team. Sennebogen manufactures material handling equipment.

Jeff Enoch has been named vice president and director of Key Equipment Finance's construction and industrial vendor leasing segment. Key Equipment Finance is an affiliate of KeyCorp and provides business-to-business equipment financing solutions.

Timothy S. Adkins has been promoted to customer service manager for Edgerton Corp. He will be responsible for the Minitrac customer service representatives and technical support team. Edgerton supplies software and technology solutions including the Minitrac and IRIUM ERP business systems.

Jeff Rich has been appointed branch manager for Liftech Equipment's Bloomfield, Conn., branch. Liftech, based in East Syracuse, N.Y., is the JCB dealer for upstate New York, Vermont, Connecticut and western Massachusetts.

 


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