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Thursday, 9 Jun 2011 ( #517 )
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Matthew Pickles
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Jungheinrich has appointed Matthew Pickles as the company’s new product sales manager for racking and storage systems in the UK’s eastern region. Pickles joins Jungheinrich from a major competitor in the industry, and has over 20 years’ experience in technical and direct sales disciplines. He will be based in Jungheinrich’s UK head office in Milton Keynes.

Mississauga, Canada
Johnston Equipment has announced that its vice president, product support and used equipment, Rick Frank, will be leaving the company. Frank has been with the company for over 10 years. He has been a member of its executive leadership team and its executive management committee. Frank will be leaving to assume the role of president of Carney Battery Handling in Brampton, Ontario.

Ancenis, France
Eric Lambert is replacing Christian Caleca as president of Manitou’s RTH (rough-terrain handling) division. Lambert built his industrial truck experience with the Renault Group from 1994 to 2009. Since 2009, he has been the managing director of the Aix-les-bains site with Alstom Grid, specialising in high-voltage gas-isolated substations.
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