MASS-CONN Adds New Inside Sales, Rental Administrator

Fri January 18, 2008 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


MASS-CONN has introduced Don Lewis, the new inside sales and rental administrator at its Berlin, Conn., location. Lewis will be managing MASS-CONN’s rental fleet of New Holland equipment; Kobelco excavators; Dynapac, Bomag and Hypac compaction equipment; Indeco hydraulic attachments and Moxy articulated trucks. MASS-CONN offers a diverse selection of earth moving and compaction equipment along with specialized items such as long-reach excavators, excavators equipped with hydraulic attachments, specialized buckets, plate compactors and thumbs, most of which are equipped with quick couplers. MASS-CONN also offers one of the largest fleets of screening plants in New England.

With 25 years of field sales experience Lewis has a very broad knowledge of heavy construction equipment and how to match up a customer’s needs with the right machine. Lewis is looking forward to the new opportunities made available to him at MASS-CONN and said, “MASS-CONN has a new credo; they are a completely new team that is determined to be customer friendly with a strong commitment to parts, service and product support. Their large and varied inventory makes for great machine availability.”

MASS-CONN President Lawre Casler, stated that he is particularly impressed with Lewis’s organizational skills. “Twenty-five years of experience is very valuable and when you mix that with great organizational skills you can put together a rental department that is truly reflective of the customers’ needs.”

For more information, call 203/770-3111 or e-mail donl@massconn.net.




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