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Penn-Jersey Machinery Add Three Members to Sales Team

Wed January 25, 2006 - Northeast Edition
CEG



Penn-Jersey Machinery recently added Jerome Ferri as territory manager; Mike Cann, as territory manager and Tim Howlett as sales and marketing manager, to its sales team.

• Jerome Ferri as the new territory manager covers Somerset, Hunterdon, Morris, Warren and Sussex counties in New Jersey.

In his new position, Ferri will be responsible for sales, rentals and overall account support.

“My diverse background will enable me to help customers find solutions to their construction machinery needs that provide peace of mind and value,” said Ferri.

He has 10 years of industry experience beginning with employment as heavy-equipment mechanic of Millington Quarry.

Ferri was employed by JESCO for four years as an equipment mechanic. During his time with Foley Inc., Ferri worked three years as a shop foreman and as a hydraulic product support representative for two years.

• Mike Cann is the new territory manager of Middlesex and Union counties in New Jersey, as well as Staten Island, NY.

In his new position, Cann will be responsible for sales of new and used equipment offered by Penn-Jersey Machinery.

“In my new position, my goal is to have Volvo become as successful in my territory as much as it has been in other areas for the company,” said Cann.

He comes to Penn-Jersey Machinery with 15 years of industry experience, which includes: working for JESCO for two years as sales coordinator and also as equipment manager; employed by Zoubek Associates for five years as rental coordinator and mechanic; and at Foley CAT for seven years as work tool support manager, sales operations manager and sales coordinator.

• Tim Howlett is the new Sales and Marketing coordinator of Penn Jersey Machinery in Somerville, NJ.

In his new position, Howlett will be coordinate and execute all sales for the Somerville branch including inside sales representative, sales support for Somerville territory managers and market and advertise used equipment for all three branches of the company.

In addition, he is responsible for all paving products offered out of Somerville in addition to SERAM equilibrium cranes.

“My main goal is to help the Somerville branch fulfill its potential as a heavy equipment dealer,” said Howlett.

Before coming to Penn- Jersey Machinery, Howlett was employed by Ingersoll Rand.

Penn-Jersey Machinery has three branches in Lionville, PA; Deptford, NJ; and Somverville, NJ. Its territory covers the Greater Philadelphia area, all of New Jersey, and Staten Island representing Volvo construction equipment; Hypac compaction equipment; Cedarapids pavers; Tamrock drills; NPK hammers; Marini milling machines; Bomag commercial pavers; and SERAM equilibrium cranes.

For more information, visit www.pennjerseymachinery.com. CEG