Top changes at HTC

By Alex Dahm01 September 2014

Duncan Salt

Duncan Salt

At PC Harrington in the UK Duncan Salt has been appointed group managing director. He moves from his position as director and general manager at HTC Plant, the UK’s largest tower crane rental company. HTC is owned by PC Harrington Group, a specialist concrete contractor group with around 1,200 employees. Salt is now responsible for day to day running of the PC Harrington companies, namely HTC Plant, Hevilifts, P & E Harrington (Plant Hire) Limited (PCH), Structural Systems, Slipform International and P.C. Harrington Contractors. Salt joined HTC in 2011 from Select Lifting Solutions, the crane division of Select Plant, where he was general manager. He transferred there from O’Rourke Civil Engineering.

Replacing Salt at HTC as director and general manager is Dave Holder. Holder has 33 years’ experience in the crane industry where he has spent all his working life. His career includes several years each at crane rental company Baldwins Industrial Services, Hewden and at HTC Plant. Most recently Holder worked with Paul Phillips at Tower Crane Consultants.

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