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Ziegler CAT Announces Promotions, Transfers, Organizational Changes

Ziegler CAT has recently announced the transfer of Dave Johnson to the position of vice president Ziegler Ag Equipment.
Andreas Hoeft will move from vice president Ziegler Ag Equipment to vice president construction sales.
William M. Hoeft has been promoted to vice president product-support sales and marketing.
With the retirement of Ziegler’s president, Stan Erickson, this November, William L. Hoeft, CEO and chairman of the board, will resume the position of president of Ziegler CAT.

Ziegler CAT has recently announced the transfer of Dave Johnson to the position of vice president Ziegler Ag Equipment. In addition to his new responsibilities, Johnson will retain his sales leadership role in Ziegler’s mining business. Johnson joined Ziegler in 1986 as a construction salesperson and continued his career in the sales department in various positions, most recently as vice president construction and mining sales.

Andreas Hoeft will move from vice president Ziegler Ag Equipment to vice president construction sales. Hoeft began full-time employment at Ziegler in 2006, and has worked as a six sigma black belt, a customer service representative (CSR), a sales territory manager, and industrial CSR sales manager before taking responsibility for the introduction of the new Cat vocational truck as business-development manager.

William M. Hoeft has been promoted to vice president product-support sales and marketing. Hoeft began full-time employment at Ziegler in 2009 as a product-support specialist. A year later, he became a six sigma black belt, followed by positions as marketing coordinator, mining business specialist, CSR, and most recently, product-support product manager.

With the retirement of Ziegler’s president, Stan Erickson, this November, William L. Hoeft, CEO and chairman of the board, will resume the position of president of Ziegler CAT.

Founded in 1914, Ziegler is a family-owned company employing more than 1,400 people in 19 communities in Minnesota and Iowa.

For more information, visit http://www.zieglercat.com/.