SANY America Names New Excavator Service Manager

Tue January 08, 2013 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Bobby Oldham has been named excavator service manager of SANY America.
Bobby Oldham has been named excavator service manager of SANY America.

Bobby Oldham, a construction service expert with more than 10 years experience working with cranes, excavators, compaction equipment and portable power, has been named excavator service manager of SANY America.

“Bobby has been around iron his entire life,” said Eric Teague, director of sales of the earthmoving group at SANY America. “He understands customers and the importance of predictable uptime. He’ll make a great addition to our excavator team.”

As service manager, Oldham is responsible for warranty administration, service and warranty policies for the earthmoving group, dealer standards and measurable metrics for distribution channels, development of training curriculum for SANY America service personnel and dealer staff, and other issues.

“I have always been a hands-on guy who strives for solutions,” Oldham said. “Whether it’s an excavator or dozer, down time is just not good. I have honed my skills and always worked closely with engineers and mechanics like myself to be able to troubleshoot and repair the equipment in the quickest and most efficient ways possible.”

Oldham spent the past eight years as a service manager for a Komatsu dealer in Georgia and Oklahoma. Previously, he worked as a service manager for Ingersoll Rand.

“Quality equipment and quality support are the keys to success,” Oldham said. “I live and breathe it.”

SANY America’s excavator offerings include the 7.5-ton (6.8 t) SY75C, the 13.5-ton (12 t) SY135C, the 21.5-ton (19.5 t) SY215C and the 23.5-ton (21.3 t) SY235C. Additional models will be introduced in North America in the coming year.

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