EquipmentShare, the fastest growing construction equipment rental and technology solutions provider in the United States, according to the company, reached a deal to collaborate with the The Victor L. Phillips Company (VLP), a heavy equipment company.
The Victor L. Phillips Co. held an open house Oct. 19 at its company headquarters in Kansas City, Mo.
VLP, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2011, is still independently owned. With six locations and more than 100 employees in Kansas and Missouri, it deals in new and used construction equipment and machinery.
On Sept. 18, executives of Atlas Copco came to The Victor L. Phillips Company's Kansas City, Mo., location to celebrate its 100-year anniversary of being an Atlas Copco dealer. Executives in attendance included:
Torbjorn Redaelli, president and general manager
Maurice Hunter, business line manager, surface and exploration drilling equipment
Turgay Ozan, president, Edwards Vacuum LLC, part of the Atlas Copco Group
Robert Root, vice president, product support and mining stores
Tom Borer, vice president of distribution, Atlas Copco CMT USA
Brian Doffing, president of surface and exploration drilling division
Jerry Enyeart, district manager
The Victor L.
Victor L. Phillips, founder of The Victor L. Phillips Company, launched the dealership in 1911 marketing a horse-drawn concrete cart and an asphalt kettle of his own design. With a focus on honest dealings, outstanding service and an eye for identifying and introducing top quality equipment lines within the market area, the dealership has continued to thrive and grow for more than 100 years.
The Victor L. Phillips Company, headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., was recently honored with the prestigious National Sales Growth Achievement of the Year Award from Okada America. Accepting the award from Geordie Stewart and Tony Neikirk was Bill Schoenfelder, president of The Victor L.
Recently appointed as an authorized distributor of Sennebogen material handlers, Victor L. Phillips Co. (VLP) is moving quickly to introduce customers to the green line machines and service support. “We just signed the contracts with Sennebogen in January,” said Butch Teppe, president of VLP.
Despite cold, dreary weather, employees of The Victor L. Phillips Company in Springfield, Mo., and their families helped make this Christmas a little more special for area kids by collecting children’s books donated at this year’s annual Christmas Parade Dec.
The Victor L. Phillips Company (VLP) announced new changes to its staff. Greg Knipp took over as used equipment manager for the retiring Bob Tanner, who was with VLP for 39 years. Knipp has 17 years in the equipment industry in the areas of sales and sales management, and branch and operations management.
Lynn Ronnebaum, Kansas City branch manager of The Victor L. Phillips Company, has spent the last eight months revamping the company’s personnel as it moves forward into the crushing, screening and pavement and compaction markets. By hiring new management, Ronnebaum is positioning the Kansas City branch to be a premier player in the quarry market.