Briggs Equipment Names Joe Mayek as Sales Manager for Dallas Market

Wed February 23, 2011 - West Edition
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Joe Mayek has joined Briggs Equipment as sales manager for the Dallas market.
Joe Mayek has joined Briggs Equipment as sales manager for the Dallas market.

Briggs Equipment, a distributor and supplier of fork lift trucks, industrial equipment and construction equipment, Dec. 7 announced Joe Mayek has joined the company as sales manager for the Dallas market.

”Joe is a well-respected, industry veteran whose results-oriented management style and vast knowledge of the materials handling industry will be invaluable as he works to drive growth at Briggs,” said Mike Winemiller, president, Briggs Equipment.

“Throughout his career, Joe has demonstrated the ability to generate industry-leading performances, whether measured in terms of operational or financial successes. We are so pleased to have him on board and are confident in his ability to support our growth initiatives.”

With more than 25 years experience, Mayek most recently served as vice president/general manager of Yale Materials Handling-MN Inc. where he oversaw day-to-day operations for a 34-employee, $15 million materials handling dealership. He also has held various management and sales positions with Yale Materials Handling Coporation/Nacco Materials Handling Group, The Associates, GE Capital Fleet Services and Bennett Material Handling. Mayek began his career at Wisconsin Lift Truck Corporation as a sales representative.

“I am thrilled to be joining the Briggs team. The company is an industry leader offering best in class products backed by customer service and innovative technology that’s designed to improve fleet operations and optimize margins,” said Mayek. “I am confident that my experience can contribute to providing new market opportunities as well as supporting the company’s growth and profitability objectives.”

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