MEC reorganizes team

By Lindsey Anderson23 May 2017

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California-based MEC Aerial Work Platforms has named Pat Witte as its new vice president of business development following Jim Tolle’s leave from the company to pursue other ventures. Witte has more than 20 years of international business experience and will renew MEC’s sales strategy and operations for the current global economy.

Witte has been responsible for developing new business within the global rental sector with some of the largest companies across the globe. Witte has an industry reputation for strategic development and taking proven products to new markets throughout the world. 

“This will be a fresh start for MEC internationally and I look forward to building the team that can deliver on our global goals,” Witte said.

“Our goal is to strengthen our offering and support for current customers while bringing our differentiated line to new customers,”” said MEC President David White. “This strategy in North America has been successful and we strive to replicate that success tailored to the varied international markets.”  

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