Mississippi Valley Equipment Company Hires Clapsaddle as Territory Manager

Mississippi Valley Equipment Company is a one-stop shop for pile-driving and drilling equipment including vibratory and diesel hammers, augers, lead systems and accessories.

Wed March 23, 2016 - Midwest Edition
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Bob Clapsaddle
Bob Clapsaddle

Mississippi Valley Equipment Company has hired Bob Clapsaddle as territory manager. Clapsaddle will be responsible for developing new accounts throughout the Midwest and southern states, representing the full line of MKT vibratory drivers/extractors, diesel and hydraulic impact hammers and augurs.

“My goals are to broaden the reach of Mississippi Valley Equipment Co. throughout the region and to develop new relationships with companies that we have not done business with in the past,” said Clapsaddle. “MVE has so much to offer in the way of product, engineering and customer support that goes above and beyond what is offered by others. MVE sets itself apart from some competitors just for the fact that we have a vested interest in our products, since we are also the manufacturer.”

“Once we decided to fill this position, we wrote a detailed job description as well as a description of the type of person we wanted to fill this role,” said Ken Sifford vp of operations “Bob matched up perfectly. With his background and personal skills, we're confidant Bob will represent Mississippi Valley Equipment Co. with the utmost professionalism and respect what our customers deserve.”

Mississippi Valley Equipment Company is a one-stop shop for pile-driving and drilling equipment including vibratory and diesel hammers, augers, lead systems and accessories. MVE also has the ability to manufacture customized equipment to meet even the most-challenging pile-driving applications, according to the company.

For more information, call 314/869-8600 or visit http://www.mve-stl.com/.


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