Dzierzewski retires from UELC

By Lindsey Anderson17 July 2012

UELC rents and leases a fleet of 600 utility vehicles, 70% of which are aerial platforms.

UELC rents and leases a fleet of 600 utility vehicles, 70% of which are aerial platforms.

Utility Equipment Leasing Corporation (UELC), has announced the retirement of Wayne Dzierzewski. Dzierzewski served 34 years with UELC.

Gregg McGowen has been named to assume Dzierzewski's territory and customer base in the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, South Dakota, North Dakota and Nebraska. McGowen has more than 25 years experience in renting, leasing, and selling new and used equipment in the electrical utility, cable and telecomm markets.

UELC is celebrating its 45th year of leadership in the rental and leasing business for utility trucks, material handlers, track units, and cable pullers. The company has grown substantially and is recognized for its modern and reliable fleet, it said.

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