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Ed Turner Promoted to President, CEO of Allied Const.

Fri February 26, 2010 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

The Allied Construction Products LLC board of members has announced the promotion of Ed Turner to the position of president and CEO and the appointment of Robert M. Scalabrini to vice president, western region. Turner, who will be replacing Scalabrini, recently served as the director of sales and marketing being appointed to that position in 2007.

In the top position, Turner will oversee operations. He brings more than 30 years experience in general management and outside sales of construction and industrial equipment at the distributor level along with top management, OEM sales and distributor development of light and heavy construction equipment at the manufacturing level. Turner looks “to meet the changing market challenges by building on the ’Allied tradition’ of great products and customer-oriented product support.”

Scalabrini will begin managing the Allied operations in the western United States, Mexico and western Canadian provinces. Scalabrini successfully transitioned the Rammer (now Sandvik) line of products into the Allied product offering and integrated the respective distribution networks in 2004.

Through more than 200 U.S. and Canadian distributors, Allied offers a complete line of backhoe/excavator, skid steer and mini-excavator mounted attachments, stationary breaking and material handling systems and trenchless underground piercing tools.

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