LGMG Europe adds to sales team

By Lewis Tyler31 October 2022

LGMG Europe has announced four appointments to its European sales team.

The new LGMG sales team from left to right: Paul Maccall, Scott Wilkins, Adalbelto Baena and Vincent Vercaemst The new sales team from left to right: Paul Maccall, Scott Wilkins, Adalbelto Baena and Vincent Vercaemst. (Photo: LGMG Europe)

Vincent Vercaemst joins the company as sales director, having previously worked for both Riwal and TVH in the past, in a career that spans more than 18 years.

Scott Wilkins has assumed the role of sales director UK & Ireland. Wilkins has previously worked for AFI, Independent Hire, UK Platforms and Loxam Access and has worked in the industry since 2004.

Paul Maccall, the newly appointed service manager UK & Ireland, brings more than 20 years of experience as a service manager, having worked at Kimberly Access, AFI and Riwal.

Adalbelto Baena, who has also previously worked for Riwal as an electrical technician, has been appointed as service manager Spain & Portugal.

Robin Wang, General Manager of LGMG Europe said, “The growth we have experienced over the last few years has been incredible, and therefore we are delighted to be able to grow our team to continue supporting our customers across Europe.”

According to the company, the appointments represent a period of “continued growth over recent years.”

Earlier this year, LGMG appointed a new training manager for Europe, service manager for Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Czech Republic and head of service for Europe.

Wang added, “I look forward to continued growth with the expanded team over the coming years.”

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