Elliott Equipment Company Names New VP Sales, Marketing
Thu February 08, 2018 - National Edition Construction Equipment Guide
Elliott Equipment Company announced that Tom Vatter has joined the company as vice president of sales and marketing. Vatter brings more than 25 years of experience in several vocational body/chassis industries. He began his career at McNeilus Companies and, later, as it transitioned to become part of Oshkosh Truck Corporation. From there, he was instrumental in bringing the Autocar Xpeditor chassis back into prominence and then was vice president of Environmental Solutions Group, a Dover Corporation company.
“I am looking forward to Tom utilizing his experience and knowledge to help us drive our company to the next level,” said Jim Glazer, president of Elliott Equipment Company.
Elliott Equipment Company manufactures and sells a complete line of truck-mounted material handling aerial work platforms, cranes and digger derricks. Elliott products are customizable and backed by a lifetime structural warranty.
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