Custom Equipment appoints territory manager

07 August 2018

Custom Equipment, the manufacturer of Hy-Brid Lifts, has named Dave Sluis as its Southeast U.S. territory manager. Sluis is focusing on continuing the growth and channel development of Hy-Brid Lifts.

Dave Sluis

“There is a lot of growth happening in that part of the county,” said Dan Schneider, Custom Equipment LLC vice president of sales. “Dave’s experience in this industry and strong leadership abilities are just what we need to ensure we’re meeting the needs of contractors in that area.”

Sluis has more than 12 years of experience in the industrial industry with the last four years focused in sales. Prior to joining Custom Equipment, he worked for LiftOne, a material handling and warehouse solutions provider in Charlotte, NC. He also has worked for Southeast Industrial Equipment, a material handling equipment dealer. In addition to his industry experience, Sluis also brings strong leadership skills he gained as a Cavalry Scout in the U.S. Army where he participated in numerous projects to assist in the Army’s future.

“I am very proud to be a part of such a great team at Custom Equipment,” Sluis said. “I am excited to be in the Southeast where there is a great opportunity to present Hy-Brid Lifts to a booming economy.

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