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Wednesday, 15 Jul 2015 ( #727 )
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Malcolm Youll
Cambridgeshire, UK.
SAMSON Materials Handling
has appointed Malcolm Youll as its new managing director. Youll brings vast international experience of the capital equipment industry and complex engineered solutions having worked for CNH, CAT and Cargotec. His wide range of experience in the field of mining and ports & terminals will expand the SAMSON Materials Handling activities in the various markets worldwide, the company added. Youll holds a degree in manufacturing, management and technology.

Anthony J. Lirones
Grandville, MI, United States
Rough-terrain forklift maker HARLO Products has appointed Anthony J. Lirones as its national sales and marketing manager to lead its sales and marketing department.  With a background in the powertrain industry. Lirones brings two decades of sales and marketing experience, in addition to being very mechanically minded and technically savvy. His unique skill set will be useful to further cultivate territories, enhance customer support while focusing on working side by side with dealers to broaden their market, and strategically drive the development of new product offerings.

John Regan
Homewood, IL, United States
Bolzoni Auramo Inc
has announced the appointment of John Regan as sales manager for the US and Mexico market. Regan, who will be located in Homewood, IL, brings a wealth of attachment handling experience to his new role and will be responsible for direct sales activities, including building the dealer network relationship and day-to-day sales operations.

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