Ransome CAT Promotes Three in Sales

Wed May 03, 2006 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Brian Seaman has been promoted to the position of product support sales representative (PSSR) for the Construction Division of Giles & Ransome Inc. He will be reporting out of the G&R Fleetwood branch and providing support for customers throughout the Berks County region.

Seaman began his career at G&R in 2004 as a custom track inspector where he was responsible for measuring and reporting the wear conditions of undercarriage to customers throughout Pennsylvania.

Wayne Martin has been promoted to the position of compact construction equipment (CCE) sales manager of Ransome Rents, a division of Giles & Ransome.

In his new position, Martin will be responsible for managing the overall growth of the Caterpillar CCE product line.

Martin joined G&R in 1988 as a product support sales representative and after a brief departure, he returned in 1992 as a G&R sales representative.

Michael Kotsch has been promoted to the position of general line salesperson of the Construction Division of Giles & Ransome.

Kotsch will be responsible for the sale and rental of new and used Caterpillar equipment and work tools throughout Bucks County, PA.

Kotsch joined G&R in 2004 as a marketing analyst/inside salesperson where he applied his knowledge as a former equipment operator to the analysis of marketing data as well as selling equipment to new prospective customers.

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