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Chris Reseska Appointed Regional Manager of Chadwick-BaRoss

Wed June 06, 2018 - National Edition

Chris Reseska.
Chris Reseska.

Chadwick-BaRoss has appointed Chris Reseska as the regional manager of its materials processing division. Reseska's position focuses on crushing and screening equipment, a full selection of portable crushing and screening solutions to fit your needs. The aggregate division's primary focus will be on the states of Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Reseska brings more than 20 years' experience in the heavy equipment industry, specifically working in the New England market. With a background working in heavy equipment dealerships, global auction experience and finance, he brings a diversified knowledge to the company.

“I am extremely excited to be an employe with Chadwick-BaRoss, a dealer with a 90 year history in New England, and assisting with the major expansion phase that we're currently undergoing throughout southern New England. I am eager to assist in facilitating that growth by leveraging my expertise and applying Chadwick's vision and culture. I'm also very pleased to be back in this area of the industry and am looking to re-engage with old customers and establish new relationships,” Reseska said.

Chadwick-BaRoss is a full-line, full service dealer of Volvo, Link-Belt, Bell Trucks, Takeuchi, Prinoth, Barko, Holder, Ponsse, Duratech, ELTEC, Terex/Finlay and Terex/Fuchs, along with their attachments lines: Allied, Craig, Stanley-LaBounty, Paladin, and Powermoon.

With six locations throughout Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and the most recent location in Rhode Island, Chadwick-BaRoss is strategically located to easily service its New England customer base.

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