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Nortrax Names New General Managers at Fla., Tenn. Stores

The moves involve personnel with decades of experience in the industry.

Mon January 19, 2015 - Southeast Edition
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Jose Lopez has been appointed general manager of the Miami store.
Jose Lopez has been appointed general manager of the Miami store.
Jose Lopez has been appointed general manager of the Miami store. Ben Fair has been appointed general manager of the West Palm Beach and Pompano Beach locations. Wayne Thompson has been appointed general manager of the Knoxville and Kingsport, Tenn., stores.

Nortrax announced the following general managers at its Miami, West Palm Beach, and Pompano Beach, Fla., and its Knoxville and Kingsport, Tenn., stores.

Jose Lopez has been appointed general manager of the Miami store and Ben Fair has been appointed general manager of the West Palm Beach and Pompano Beach locations. Wayne Thompson has been appointed general manager of the Knoxville and Kingsport, Tenn., stores.

Lopez has been in the heavy equipment industry for more than 18 years. Most recently he was a senior sales manager of the Latin American market of MTU America/Rolls Royce Power Systems. He will be responsible for managing the total operations of the Miami Nortrax store.

Fair has been in the industry for many years and recently held positions in district management of Hertz Equipment Rental Corporation. He will be responsible for managing the total operations of the Nortrax West Palm Beach and Pompano Beach, Fla., stores.

Thompson has a collective 19 years of industry experience and held the position of equipment manager of Hubbard Construction in the state of Florida. He will manage two Nortrax stores in Knoxville and Kingsport, Tenn.

For more information, visit www.nortrax.com.




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