Partridge to Focus on Used Equipment for Hawthorne CAT

Thu July 12, 2012 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Ron Partridge has joined Hawthorne CAT as a dedicated manager to focus on corporate used equipment sales and to strengthen and develop Hawthorne’s used equipment market.
Ron Partridge has joined Hawthorne CAT as a dedicated manager to focus on corporate used equipment sales and to strengthen and develop Hawthorne’s used equipment market.

Ron Partridge has joined Hawthorne CAT as a dedicated manager to focus on corporate used equipment sales and to strengthen and develop Hawthorne’s used equipment market.

Partridge started in the construction equipment business in 1976. Of his 36 years in the industry, He spent the last 22 years as a territory and region manager of Ritchie Brothers Auctioneers. He brings extensive industry experience as well as deep customer and equipment knowledge to his new position at Hawthorne, according to the company.

Dave Ness, vice president, Hawthorne CAT said, “I am excited to add even more strength to our already excellent used sales team.”

Partridge will be joining a strong sales and marketing leadership team that consists of David Dean — corporate new sales manager, Mike Carcioppolo — corporate rental manager, Greg Vena — corporate product support sales manager and Steve Dunn — corporate marketing director. This position will be located in the Rancho Bernardo headquarters and will have responsibility for used equipment sales globally.

For more information, visit www.hawthornecat.com.

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