Tony Radke joins AI & ALH

By Euan Youdale31 March 2017

Tony Radke, sales manager of KHL Group's global access portfolio.

Tony Radke, sales manager of KHL Group's global access portfolio.

KHL Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Tony Radke as sales manager of its global access portfolio.

Tony, who starts in the role today (3 April), will manage advertising sales for both KHL Group’s access titles Access International (AI) and Access Lift & Handlers (ALH), and take responsibility for the commercial aspects of its related events, the ALH Conference & Awards and International Awards For Powered Access (IAPA).

Before joining KHL Group, Tony was manager of the Safety Education Group at US-based NES Rentals - acquired by United Rentals earlier this year - and has 18 years’ experience in the powered access industry. In his role at NES, Tony was responsible for selling, managing and delivering IPAF training across the US as an IPAF senior instructor. As a result of these efforts he was presented the prestigious IAPA International Training Instructor of the Year award in 2014.

Tony also serves as a member of the ANSI A92.20 Committee, chair of IPAF’s North American Training Committee, and is North American representative to IPAF’s International Training Advisory Group.

Trevor Pease, president KHL Group Americas, said the company would greatly benefit from Tony’s expertise. “I’m delighted to confirm that Tony Radke is joining KHL Group to run the commercial activities of its access division. Tony brings a wealth of experience of the global access sector, which matches his enthusiasm and work ethic. KHL is proud to have him on the team.”

Commenting on his new role, Tony added, “I am thrilled with the opportunity to join KHL and support our valued partners in the access industry. I hope to use my experience to advance those important relationships and will be working hard to deliver the same high quality support that has come to define KHL as the leader in our industry.”

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