ECCO Equipment Appoints Al Pistritto as New Las Vegas Regional Manager

Pistritto brings extensive experience in the heavy equipment business to this position.

Sat January 10, 2015 - West Edition
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ECCO Equipment Corporation has appointed Al Pistritto as the new regional manager of the Las Vegas region.
ECCO Equipment Corporation has appointed Al Pistritto as the new regional manager of the Las Vegas region.

ECCO Equipment Corporation has appointed Al Pistritto as the new regional manager of the Las Vegas region. ECCO is a heavy construction equipment rental specialist serving 15 locations in the western U.S. and Canada.

Pistritto brings extensive experience in the heavy equipment business to this position, possessing more than 20 years with Caterpillar dealers and additional experience with two independent dealerships in the area.

As Las Vegas regional manager, Pistritto will be responsible for overseeing all rental, sales and maintenance operations in Nevada as well as parts of southwestern Utah and northwestern Arizona.

“I’m delighted to join the team here at ECCO. I plan to build on ECCO’s excellent reputation as the premier heavy equipment rental company in the West. Our sales team and service department are the absolute best and I am proud to be working with them,” said Pistritto.

Pistritto succeeds retiring regional manager Ernie Warren who held the position for 18 years. ECCO has been renting heavy equipment since 1962 and moved into the Las Vegas market in 1993.

For more information call 800/490-ECCO or visit www.eccoequipment.com.




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