Hyundai Construction Equipment’s New Regional Service Manager Brings 20+ Years Industry Experi

Wed March 13, 2013 - Southeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc. is excited to announce the hiring of Lee Shirey as Regional Service Manager. Shirey has more than 20 years of experience in the heavy equipment industry. Most recently, he was a Field Service Technician at ASC Construction Equipment in Buford, Georgia. He held similar positions at Nasser Heavy Equipment, Stafford Tractor Company and METRAC, all located in Georgia.

In his new role at Hyundai Construction Equipment, Shirey will oversee the department that services Hyundai’s extensive dealer network. “I look forward to improving the already stellar service Hyundai provides its dealers, and assist our dealers in their efforts to serve their Hyundai customers,” says Shirey.

Shirey has an Associate Degree in Diesel and Hydraulic technology from Heart of Georgia Technical College, plus his MACS Certification. Shirey resides in Monroe, Georgia with his wife. He has four children and two grandchildren. Shirey is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys camping, hunting and fishing.

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc. offers quality earthmoving and material-handling equipment, including hydraulic excavators, wheel loaders, skid steer loaders and electric and diesel forklifts. They also manufacture internal combustion cushion and internal combustion pneumatic forklifts.

Hyundai’s North American headquarters in Norcross, GA, along with its Elk Grove location outside Chicago, gives the company two strategically located parts depots for quick fulfillment of dealer and customer orders, according to the company.

For more information about Hyundai, Hyundai products or dealership opportunities, visit www.hceamericas.com or call 877-509-2254.




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