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Metrolift Adds Sanders, Eck to Meet Growing Market

Wed November 05, 2008 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Metrolift, Inc., an independently owned, full-service provider of aerial lift equipment and services, added additional staff to address growing market need.

Kara Sanders has joined Metrolift and will serve in the capacity of rental coordinator and inside sales. Jay Eck has joined Metrolift in the capacity of territory manager.

“Despite growing concerns regarding our economic conditions, Metrolift is experiencing another year of record growth,” said Rick Dahl, president, Metrolift Inc. “The key to our continued success will be in recruiting and developing the best people.”

Eck rejoins the equipment industry as a territory manager covering central Chicagoland including DuPage County. He hand-picked Metrolift after a successful career in basketball.

“Jay is competitive, tenacious and a true team player. We are excited to have him on our Metrolift team,” commented John Hofmeyer, Metrolift sales manager.

Kara Sanders comes to Metrolift Inc. with a bachelor’s degree in construction management from the University of Illinois. She has worked in the construction industry for 9 years.

“We are excited to have Kara join the Metrolift team. She will be a strong asset to the great service our customers have come to expect,” said Rick Dahl, president, Metrolift Inc.

Metrolift also will be announcing further additions to its rental team in subsequent press releases.

Metrolift Inc. is a full service aerial lift provider that rents, sells and services various types of lift equipment used in construction and industrial settings. Based in Sugar Grove, Ill., Metrolift operates the second largest single branch rental company in the United States based on revenue volume and was named on the RER list as a top rental company for 2006.

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