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Wednesday, 26 Aug 2015 ( #733 )
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Olathe, KS, United States
TVH in the Americas
has promoted Chris Aiello to business development manager. In his new role, Aiello will lead TVH’s Outside Regional Managers to continue the growth of sales and customer experience.
Aiello joined the company in 2012 and served as a business analyst and, most recently, as the corporate quality assurance manager. Prior to joining TVH, he worked for five years for Equipment Depot, holding various positions including service manager.

Dordrecht, Netherlands
has appointed Pat Witte as senior manager - global accounts. Witte’s main responsibility will be to expand the Riwal business even further internationally through the development of global accounts for sales and rental opportunities.
Witte has held senior positions in the power, crane and aerial work platform industries, including vice president - global rental accounts at Himoinsa, vice president - national accounts at Genie Industries and managing director - material handling division at JLG Industries.

Rugby, United Kingdom
E-commerce order fulfilment specialist DK Fulfilment has announced the appointment of Robin Buxton as its European marketing manager. Buxton has extensive experience across a range of strategic marketing roles and has held senior positions with companies operating in diverse business sectors. His appointment is part of DK’s focus on targeting clients operating in overseas markets.
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