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Atlas Copco Names Industry Vet Heiser as Its New Manager

Heiser has more than 25 years of manufacturing, design and engineering experience, specializing in air and gas compression equipment sales for 10 years.

Thu August 01, 2013 - National Edition
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Daryl Heiser was appointed engineering and purchasing manager of Atlas Copco Constructions Equipment USA.
Daryl Heiser was appointed engineering and purchasing manager of Atlas Copco Constructions Equipment USA.

Daryl Heiser has been appointed to the position of engineering and purchasing manager of Atlas Copco Construction Equipment. His new appointment will be effective Aug. 1. Heiser will be based out of a home office in Indiana and will report directly to Joey Parker, service operations manager — USA.

Heiser joined Atlas Copco in 2008 as a project engineer of Atlas Copco Hurricane. His most recent position has been as application and product support manager of Hurricane. In his new role, Heiser will work closely with the construction technique service division to develop service products and support operations for the supply of parts. Heiser also will work with the service operations team and managers to support special packaging, retrofit and refurbishment programs and to further develop and diversify the business.

Heiser has more than 25 years of manufacturing, design and engineering experience, specializing in air and gas compression equipment sales for 10 years.

For more information, call 800/732-6762 or visit www.atlascopco.us.




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