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Thursday, 10 Aug 2017 ( #833 )
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Cramlington, United Kingdom
B&B Attachments
has appointed John O’Boyle as its business development manager.  
O’Boyle has an impressive background within the attachment industry. He has built up extensive product and application knowledge and gained a vast amount of experience throughout his career. His previous roles include service manager and technical manager positions within the forklift truck attachment industry.
Based in Lancashire, O’Boyle is responsible for UK business development activities, which include driving new business across B&B’s sales, hire and service divisions.

Helsinki, Finland
has appointed Hans Ekman as vice president, forestry and recycling cranes, as of 14 August 2017. He will report to Joakim Andersson, head of Hiab's cranes business line, and be part of the cranes leadership team. Ekman is located in Raisio, Finland.  
He has worked for Hiab's demountables business line since 2001 in several roles, most recently as director for sales and product business management. 
Ekman assumes this position from Jon Lopez, who decided to continue his career outside of Hiab.
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