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Thursday, 14 Jul 2005 ( #217 )
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Ettore Zoboli, Hyster Europe
Hyster Europe appoints new managing director
FLEET, United Kingdom

Ettore Zoboli has been appointed managing director for Hyster Europe, Middle East and Africa.
He joined NMHG Europe, Hyster's parent company, in 1996. His most recent role was director of NMHG's warehouse business unit, based in Italy.

Key management changes at Clark North America
LEXINGTON, Ky, United States

Kevin Reardon has become Clark North America's chief executive officer.
He will continue as vice president of Clark's Forklift Group. Dennis Lawrence has  been appointed president and chief operations officer. Jack Scafe has been appointed vice president, sales & marketing.

New managing director for Linde Scotland

Stan Harris has been appointed managing director of Linde Materials Handling Scotland Ltd, Scotland's largest materials handling company with a 30 per cent market share. Harris had been Finning (UK) Ltd's general manager for Scotland.

Royce Albright and Dan Oriente, Systems Material Handling
SMH appoints regional managers
OLATHE, KS, United States

Systems Material Handling Co has appointed two regional managers of business development. Royce Albright, southeast regional manager, based in Atlanta, GA, has been in the industry for 17 years. Dan Oriente, northeast regional manager, based in Philadelphia, NJ, has more than 14 years' experience.

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