Bethany Klitzke has been promoted to the role of National Parts Manager, while Scott Utzman has taken on the newly created role of Customer Support Manager.
Wed February 03, 2016 - National Edition Construction Equipment Guide
Takeuchi-US has announced two promotions in their parts department. Bethany Klitzke has been promoted to the role of National Parts Manager, while Scott Utzman has taken on the newly created role of Customer Support Manager.
As National Parts Manager, Klitzke will manage parts and attachment inventory. She is responsible for inventory accuracy, availability and parts sales growth. With an expanding parts department, Takeuchi created the new role of Customer Support Manager, promoting Utzman to the position. He will work closely with Takeuchi dealers to further relationships and gather key information on how the company can improve practices and better support the dealer's business.
“Bethany and Scott very much deserve these promotions and they will make us even stronger in our parts department,” said Mike Ross, Director of Operations at Takeuchi-US. “Bethany has shown great foresight and vision for improving the systems and processes in the department during her short time with us. Scott moves into a brand new position that will play a huge role for us. We have no doubt that Scott will do a great job in supporting our dealers.”
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