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Ring Power Crane Promotes Murray, Hires Gaines

Fri November 11, 2011 - Southeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Ring Power Crane recently announced the promotion of Jeff Murray to regional sales manager. Now, in addition to overseeing operations at the branch facilities in Georgia, North and South Carolina, Murray will continue to serve his sales territory in Georgia and the southern tier of South Carolina.

Murray joined Ring Power's crane division in 2002. His 25 years of heavy lifting experience includes work as a crane operator for the USMC, sales representative of Pioneer Engineering and Manitowoc Boom Trucks and, most recently, 10 years as a sales representative for Ring Power Crane. Based on his extensive experience and knowledge of the region, Ring Power Crane management looks forward to Murray's continued success in his new role.

Ring Power Crane also has added Bryant Gaines to the sales team in the Carolinas. After completing an in-house training program, Gaines' sales territory will cover the northern part of South Carolina and all of North Carolina.

Ring Power Crane is a division of Ring Power Corporation offering new and used crane sales and rentals with locations in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. Ring Power Crane is a full service dealer of new and used boom trucks, rough and all terrain cranes, truck cranes, crawler cranes, super stackers and lattice boom cranes by Grove, Manitowoc, National, Tadano, Manitex, Broderson-PTC and other leading manufacturers. Ring Power Crane also exports cranes from its office in Miami, Fla.

Ring Power is central and northeast Florida's Caterpillar dealer, headquartered in St. Augustine. Ring Power is comprised of eight divisions and has more than 45 years of experience selling, servicing and supporting Caterpillar and allied equipment.

For more information, visit www.ringpower.com.




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