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Larry Eben Named Full-Line Terex Roadbuilding District Manager

Thu February 23, 2012 - Southeast Edition
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Larry Eben has equipment sales and support responsibilities for the states of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.
Larry Eben has equipment sales and support responsibilities for the states of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.

To enhance customer and distributor support, Terex Roadbuilding appointed Larry Eben as the full-line road building equipment district manager for the south central and southeast states. For the past 32 years, he has worked with Terex Bid-Well and served as the regional sales manager of the Terex Bid-Well line of automatic roller pavers. Eben is now the single-source contact for customers and distributors for all Terex road building equipment lines, making it easier and more efficient to do business with Terex Roadbuilding, due to new simplified sales and support processes for equipment manufactured in Canton, S.D., Fort Wayne, Ind., and Oklahoma City, Okla.

Eben has equipment sales and support responsibilities for the states of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. Now responsible for a smaller geographical region than with his previous assignment, Eben will be able to dedicate more time to building stronger relationships with contractors and distributors, helping them to be more successful in their jobs.

“Our district manager team is diverse and experienced with each member offering skill sets critical to the success of our customers, distributors and the Terex Roadbuilding line,” said David Rinas, director of sales and marketing of Terex Roadbuilding North America. “For decades, Larry has helped contractors to successfully complete bridge and road-building projects. His vast equipment selection expertise will be a key asset in helping distributors, contractors and producers to select the right equipment to complete their tasks.”

“We will continue with the same multichannel sales strategy for Terex Roadbuilding equipment, and Larry will work to strengthen the distribution network within his territory for asphalt mobile equipment and concrete paving and production equipment to provide local sales and service support for our customers,” added Rinas.

At the same time, Eben will work directly with customers using Terex asphalt plant equipment, Terex Bid-Well pavers and Terex ready mix trucks. Eben can be reached at 813/763-0646 (cell) or Larry.Eben@Terex.com.

For more information, visit www.terex.com.