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DII Attachments Relocates, Adds to Customer Service Team

Wed April 22, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

DII Attachments has relocated the Tramac and Geith customer service teams, formerly located in Philadelphia, Pa., and Petersburg, Va., to the new facility in Statesville, N.C. The new team combines the experience and knowledge of both Tramac and Geith, bringing a variety of industry knowledge.

It is now co-located with the management, marketing and manufacturing teams in Statesville.

Catherine Lavis, customer service manager, relocated from Philadelphia, Pa., where she had managed the team for the last three years. She has a track record in managing customer service and distribution teams in a manufacturing environment.

Joining Lavis is Melissa Leger, who relocated from Geith in Petersburg, Va. She brings with her more than 5 years of construction attachment knowledge including 2 plus years with Geith.

Completing the team is Randy Hager, Danielle Henning, Jody Engelhardt and John Nelson. Hager comes to DII Attachments with a background in distribution and logistics management. Henning and Engelhardt, together, bring 15 years of experience working in customer service, and Nelson comes to DII with more than 20 years of construction industry experience.

The customer service team is available to serve customers Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.

For more information, call 866/472-4373.

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