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Terex Utilities Names New Sales Account Managers

Ronnie Norris.
Paul Beck.
Josh Fawley.

Terex Utilities announced the additions of Paul Beck, Josh Fawley and Ronnie Norris as sales account managers to the company's field sales team. As sales account managers of Terex, they will sell all Terex Utilities products and services to a wide-range of customers, including investor-owned utilities, electric cooperatives, municipalities and utility contractors. They also are charged with focusing on developing new customer opportunities and working with existing customers to meet their specific equipment needs.

“We are excited to welcome Josh, Paul and Ronnie to the team,” said Vice President of Sales and Marketing Jim Lohan. “As we continue to offer products, services and programs to meet the growing needs of our customers, our sales force plays an extremely valuable role in finding, developing and maintaining these relationships. These gentlemen's unique skill sets and experiences will add to and complement the wealth of industry expertise and knowledge already in place within our sales team.”

Beck joins Terex with experience in municipal construction, project management, fleet and equipment acquisition, as well as fleet management. Most recently, he held a position as manager of planning and construction of Jefferson City, Mo. In his new role as a Terex Utilities sales account manager, Beck will have territory management responsibility, including key accounts and distributor support in the states of Missouri, Kansas, Colorado and Western Nebraska.


Fawley started with Terex in 2006 as an inside sales coordinator of the Utilities business and eventually took on the role of production scheduler. Since then, he has also held positions in the company's construction business segment as a sales and operations planning manager, as well as a TFS sales representative of the Terex Financial Services businesses. As a Terex Utilities sales account manager, Norris will have territory management responsibility, including key accounts and distributor support in Tennessee.

Norris comes to Terex from ThyssenKrupp Steel Services (TKSS). While at TKSS, Norris was responsible for managing several large commercial accounts and inventory, as well as for selling secondary and prime access material to brokers and service centers. He also helped to implement new processes and training at a new plant facility. As a Terex Utilities sales account manager, Norris will have territory management responsibility, including key accounts and distributor support in the states of North and South Carolina.

For more information, call Beck at 573/619-2617; Fawley at 662/671-5055; or Norris at 704/491-2625.

For more information, visit www.terexutilities.com.