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Takeuchi Announces New Regional Business Manager
April 12th, 2016

Takeuchi-US, a global innovation leader in compact equipment, has announced that they have hired Paul Wade to the position of Midwest regional business manager, effective immediately. New to the company, Wade has years of experience in the compact equipment market as a sales and marketing manager.

As the Midwest regional business manager, Wade will be responsible in his territory for managing dealer relationships, developing new and existing markets, assisting with inventories, and directing sales planning and program promotions. Residing in Naperville, Illinois, Wade has nearly 20 years of experience in the sales and marketing fields.

“Paul has extensive knowledge and experience in both sales and marketing compact equipment, so he will be a great fit for Takeuchi in the Midwest,” says Kim Robinson, director of sales, Takeuchi-US. “With all of his experience it should make joining Takeuchi a pretty seamless transition. We look forward to having Paul onboard.”

 

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Takeuchi Appoints New Northeast Regional Business Manager
February 29th, 2016

Takeuchi-US, a global innovation leader in compact equipment, has hired Mark Barndollar to the position of Northeast Regional Business Manager. New to the company, Barndollar has many years of experience in the compact utility business as a Regional Business Manager.

As the Northeast Regional Business Manager, Barndollar will be responsible in his territory for managing dealer relationships, developing new and existing markets, assisting with inventories, and directing sales planning and program promotions. Residing in Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, Barndollar has 20 years of experience in the sales field.

The addition of the Northeast Regional Business Manager position is part of a restructuring process at Takeuchi due to an increase in volume, market share, and growth in the dealer network. With Takeuchi’s dedication to high-level service and support it was imperative to add qualified personnel to maintain that relationship with dealers in this newly restructured region.

“We are very excited to have Mark join us, not only because we believe he is a great fit, but since he already knows our market so well that the will be able to step in with a rather seamless transition,” says Kim Robinson, Director of Sales, Takeuchi-US. “Mark is a passionate person and will do a great job for us in the Northeast.”

 

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Takeuchi Appoints New Southeast Product Manager
February 26th, 2016

Atlanta, GA: Takeuchi-US, a global innovation leader in compact equipment, has announced that they have appointed Dean Hoffman to the role of Southeast Product Manager. Hoffman will be responsible for all development and activity for dealer sales staff, assisting with equipment demonstrations, interaction with end users, and supporting efforts in retailing, training and growing the Takeuchi business in his territory.

The move for Hoffman is part of a restructuring process at Takeuchi following the creation of a new region in the Eastern United States that has been designated as the Mid-Atlantic Region. Hoffman has been with Takeuchi for six years as a Regional Service Manager and was assigned to the Southwest region during that time. He has held several positions with other companies in field sales.    

“This restructuring is a result of our increase in volume, market share, growth in our dealer network, and our continued desire to provide a high level of service to our dealers,” says Kim Robinson, Director of Sales, Takeuchi-US. “Dean is a valuable member to our team and has done a great job here since he started back in 2010. We know he will do a great job in the Southeast.” 

 

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