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Ryan Foley Takes Charge of Foley Rents

Tue August 28, 2007 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Susan Connolly, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Foley Inc., the Caterpillar dealer in North Jersey and Staten Island, announced that Ryan Foley, vice president, customer relationships, has assumed responsibility for Foley Rents.

Foley began his career at Foley Inc. in September 1999, when he assumed the role of customer support representative. In January 2002, he was promoted to the position of business manager for Foley Express Hydraulics. During his time as business manager, Foley oversaw the re-engineering of the hydraulic shop, led the creation of a dedicated hose shop, and increased hydraulic parts and service revenue by 24 percent in two years.

In June 2003, Foley was promoted to heavy construction sales manager, where he was responsible for all heavy construction transactions. Under his leadership, in 2004, the dealership delivered the most machines in company history.

In February 2005, Foley was promoted to vice president, customer relationships.

In this position, he has strengthened Foley Inc.’s relationships with customers and has further developed the organization’s understanding of their needs, while ensuring that the company continues to do everything possible to meet these needs.

“Ryan is ideally suited to take on this additional responsibility,” said Connolly.

“By putting Ryan in charge of Foley Rents, we can leverage his relationships, experience, and knowledge to ensure we are meeting the needs of our rental services customers.”

Foley will continue to report to Connolly.

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