ABLE Equipment Rental Names Thomas Caldaroni New Chief Financial Officer

Thu May 09, 2019 - Northeast Edition #10
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Thomas Caldaroni, ABLE’s new chief financial officer, will be responsible for leading the company’s financial operations in conjunction with providing strategic financial direction.
Thomas Caldaroni, ABLE’s new chief financial officer, will be responsible for leading the company’s financial operations in conjunction with providing strategic financial direction.

ABLE Equipment Rental Inc. of New York, a supplier of construction equipment rentals, sales, service and parts, has appointed Thomas Caldaroni as chief financial officer, effective April 30, 2019. Caldaroni has held several key leadership roles with operational and financial responsibilities for large Fortune 500 companies (including Terex), as well as smaller to medium sized enterprises. His full spectrum involvement from sales and operations to compliance and risk management, has contributed to the development of highly successful teams and ventures.

"We're thrilled to have a proven leader like Tom join our team," said ABLE CEO Steven Laganas. "He has the unique ability to quickly digest functional processes and foster continuous improvement, while growing and managing daily operations. Together, Tom's focus on developing talent and building organizations — consistently delivers results."

For more information on ABLE Equipment Rental, visit ableequipment.com.




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