Prior to joining Southeastern, Nash was depot and operations manager at an excavation shoring rental company for four years.
Mon July 20, 2015 - Midwest Edition Construction Equipment Guide
Southeastern Equipment Co. Inc. recently announced that Matt Nash has joined the company as fleet coordinator of the Dublin, Ohio, branch. His responsibilities include monitoring construction equipment through Case SiteWatch to identify performance issues. He also assists with scheduling required maintenance under Case ProCare.
“We are happy to welcome Matt to Southeastern,” said Charlie Patterson, president of Southeastern Equipment. “His experience in the construction industry provides an excellent background. We are looking forward to seeing the contributions he will make.”
Prior to joining Southeastern, Nash was depot and operations manager at an excavation shoring rental company for four years. His responsibilities included developing sales presentations, training sales representatives and new operations employees and managing other locations.
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