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N.J.’s Harter Equipment Names Placek New Service Manager

Fri January 16, 2009 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Sue Harter, vice president and general manager of Harter Equipment, has announced that Pete Placek has joined the company as its new service manager.

Placek has 23 years of construction equipment service experience, half of which has been in service management. As service manager of Harter Equipment, Placek will focus on meeting customer needs and building customer relationships.

“I want our customers to be assured that when their equipment is in our hands, they will get the excellent service they deserve,” said Placek.

“We’re very excited to have Pete [Placek] join our product support team,” said Harter. “He joins Bradley Boyd, vice president of product support, and George Filiatreault, parts manager, each of whom has more than 15 years experience at Harter Equipment. Together, they solidify Harter Equipment’s commitment to the industry’s service needs.”

Harter Equipment, located at 615 State Highway 33, Millstone Township, N.J., offers a full range of service products, including custom welding and fabrication, lowboy services, extended warranties, customized planned maintenance contracts, Lojack and field service capabilities to respond to most calls within hours.

The company’s rental fleet consists of a wide variety of equipment to accommodate jobs ranging from small landscaping to large earthmoving projects. Manufacturers represented included John Deere, Kobelco, Kubota, Kawasaki, Gehl, Rayco, Interstate Trailers, Kent Hammers and Dynapac compaction equipment.

For more information, call 888-HARTER-1 or 732/446-7600, or visit CEG Staff

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