Dubinok joins MyCrane team

Olga Dubinok, director of business development, USA, MyCrane

MyCrane, promoted as the world’s first global platform for online crane rental, has appointed Olga Dubinok as director of business development, further strengthening the team in the United States.

Phoenix-based Dubinok is responsible for driving continued growth in the USA, engaging both with customers and crane rental companies and raising awareness of the MyCrane brand.

Previously, the crane industry veteran worked in business development roles for digital platforms offering equipment sales, and as a sales manager at a global equipment manufacturer, focusing on the brand’s growth and development in the North America market.

Well established

“Olga joins MyCrane at an exciting time and I am thrilled to welcome her to our growing team,” said Andrei Geikalo, MyCrane founder and CEO. “Her established contacts in the industry and can-do attitude will be a great asset to the company as we expand our presence in the USA and advance the digitalization of the crane rental process.”

An active industry participant, she is a current committee member of the Specialized Carriers & Rigging Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports workforce development and provides educational assistance for qualified candidates.

The latest appointment builds on earlier expansion in the USA, which is designated one of MyCrane’s three focus markets, along with India and Saudi Arabia.

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