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Fred Ridenour Set to Retire from LiuGong North America

A 40-year career in the industry comes to a close.

Mon December 23, 2013 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


LiuGong announces Fred Ridenour’s retirement from LiuGong North America on December 31, 2013. Fred has devoted 40 years of his life to the construction industry performing in a variety of roles, including construction equipment sales and marketing, distribution and credit at the manufacturer level, with experience progressing from District Sales Manager in the North Eastern USA, to product, marketing, sales, finance and credit management on a North American level.

Fred has represented multiple manufacturers during his career before LiuGong North America. His product experience includes conventional and hydraulic cranes mounted on crawler tracks, rubber tires and pedestals / hydraulic excavators, ranging from 2 to 85 tons / wheel loaders ranging from 1 to 7 cubic yards, as well as compaction, skid steer, tractor loader backhoes and Diesel Pile hammer product lines.

Before joining LiuGong full-time, Fred Ridenour worked for LiuGong on a consulting basis for three years. In 2010, Fred joined LiuGong North America as the GM of Business Operations. LiuGong wishes Fred well in his retirement. “Fred’s contributions to our industry and to the initial growth at LiuGong have been tremendous,” stated Marc Dowdell, President of LiuGong North America. “He is a true professional and will be missed.”




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