Kirby-Smith Hires Mehrtens as Director of Remarketing & Used Equipment

Wed December 06, 2017 - West Edition #25
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David Mehrtens
David Mehrtens

Kirby-Smith Machinery Inc. has announced the hiring of David Mehrtens as director of remarketing and used equipment. Mehrtens will be responsible for growing Kirby-Smith Machinery's nation-wide used equipment business, including its Komatsu Remarketing program. He will work out of the heavy equipment distributor's Oklahoma City office.

Mehrtens has more than 35 years of experience in the equipment industry. He has established successful used equipment programs for both John Deere and Komatsu dealerships, and even worked hand in hand with Komatsu Remarketing to help develop remarketing programs for all Komatsu dealers in North America.

Mehrtens sees great potential for Kirby-Smith's used equipment operations.

“Our used equipment program has incredible opportunities before it,” said Mehrtens. “Right now, we are focused on the growth of our Komatsu remarketing program and on providing our sales force the training and tools they need to more effectively market and sell used iron. I'm excited about the team we have here at Kirby-Smith and the future we have ahead of us.”

Del Keffer, vice president of sales is equally excited about the future of Kirby-Smith's used equipment business with Mehrtens at the helm.

“Dave Mehrtens comes to Kirby-Smith with a level of used equipment proficiency rarely found in equipment dealerships today,” said Keffer. “Dave's business understanding of perspectives on the customer, wholesaler, auction and dealer level provide Kirby-Smith customers a well-rounded 360-degree view of how any machine with hours can be used as both an asset financially or vocationally to help their business maximize its profitability.”

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