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McClung-Logan Names Austin Frederick V.P. of Product Support

Mon May 08, 2017 - National Edition
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Austin Frederick, Vice President of Product Support at McClung-Logan Equipment Company.
Austin Frederick, Vice President of Product Support at McClung-Logan Equipment Company.

McClung-Logan Equipment Company has announced the appointment of Austin Frederick to the newly created position of Vice President of Product Support. Frederick began his career at McClung-Logan in 2003 as a Service Technician in the Baltimore location. During his time with the company, Frederick has risen to positions of increasing responsibility including Branch Service Manager and most recently, Vice President of Parts – where he oversaw Parts department personnel and operations across the company's eight Mid-Atlantic locations.

In his new role, Frederick will have direct responsibility for the McClung-Logan Parts and Service departments while serving as the key point of contact for the company's aftermarket manufacturers. Frederick will report to company President, Darrin Brown.

“Austin has made significant contributions to McClung-Logan over the past 14 years,” said Brown. “The leadership that he has demonstrated in parts and service management positions make him a perfect fit for this new role. Austin will help us to streamline efficiencies and increase communication across the company so we can better support our customers.”

Frederick will be based out of McClung-Logan's Baltimore headquarters location.

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