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Gibson Machinery Adds New Sales Representatives

Sat July 29, 2006 - Midwest Edition
CEG



Gibson Machinery LLC recently made three additions to its sales staff.

Shawn Bills has been named inside sales representative and administrative assistant, reporting directly to Larysa Gibson.

He possesses sales experience with consumer products at the dealer level and in production with a manufacturing firm.

Gibson also welcomed back Jim Iudiciani as a sales representative for a large portion of eastern Ohio, western Pennsylvania and northern West Virginia.

Iudiciani spent four years with Gibson Machinery before his 16-year stint as a highway project inspector of the Ohio Department of Transportation.

Gibson’s far-reaching Midwest coverage of Sennebogen, Doosan Daewoo, Dynapac and Moxy products brought Iudiciani back to the company.

Iudiciani also is in the third of a four-year term as mayor of the village of Lowellville, a position he won after serving six years on the town’s council.

“It’s pretty much my way of giving back to the community,” said Iudiciani.

Chuck Friedel recently joined Gibson Machinery to focus on the growth and development of business relationships with demolition contractors in the state of Ohio.

Friedel represents 37 years of experience in the field gained from working with three of the industry’s major attachment manufacturers, most recently with Genesis Equipment Company.

His success comes from a simple philosophy, that providing top-notch service relies on knowing what products can and can’t do, ensuring the right product meets the job requirements.

For more information, call 440/439-4000 or visit www.gibsonmachinery.com. CEG