New European territory sales managers for Terex AWP

By Maria Hadlow20 July 2011

Dave Roddy Terex AWP erritory sales manager for North of England and Scotland.

Dave Roddy Terex AWP erritory sales manager for North of England and Scotland.

Terex AWP (Aerial Work Platforms) has appointed two new territory sales managers in Western Europe: Dave Roddy for the North of England and Scotland and Emmanuel Mouillière for the West of France

Mr Roddy will be responsible for supporting the existing accounts and acquiring new customers in his region for Genie self-propelled aerial work platforms, telehandlers and portable personnel and material lift products. He reports to Jacco de Kluijver, regional sales manager for the UK, Ireland and Benelux.

An access specialist, for the past five years Mr Roddy has been working within the aerial work platform market selling lift equipment to rental companies and end users throughout the UK and Ireland. Before joining the equipment industry he held both field service management and key sales account roles with major UK companies.

In addition to supporting the existing accounts and acquiring new customers in his region for Genie self-propelled aerial work platforms and telehandlers, Mr Mouillière will also be responsible for supporting the dealer network in his area. He reports to Christophe Rousseau, regional sales manager for Southern Europe, and Northern and Central Africa.

Mr Mouillière holds a Business School diploma and began his career as branch manager for a builders merchant, before progressing through different industrial equipment companies, such as Toyota and Fenwick, into territory sales management.

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