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Thursday, 23 Feb 2006 ( #248 )
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Brett Wood
IRVINE, CA, United States
Brett Wood has been appointed Toyota Material Handling USA Inc (TMHU) vice president of marketing, product planning & dealer development. Wood has been with TMHU for 16 years and recently served as national product development, strategic planning & marketing services manager. He is a member of Modern Materials Handling’s editorial advisory board and the Electric Power Research Institute’s industry advisory council. He has a mechanical engineering degree from Cornell University, New York.

SYDNEY, Australia
Manitou Australia Pty Ltd has appointed Lee Falconer as territory dealer manager. Falconer was formerly Queensland Manitou product manager for NTP Forklifts Australia, the Manitou industrial dealer for Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia. He will now support and expand Manitou’s agricultural dealers and "other specific duties".

BRISBANE, Australia
Mike Heidemann is NTP Forklifts Australia's new Manitou product manager for Queensland. He is NTP's former service manager, having had a 30-year association with Manitou through various companies, the most recent being Forklift Sales and Rental in Sydney.
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