Takeuchi-US Announces New Midwest Regional Business Manager
Paul Kindelspire will be tasked with bringing new dealers into the fold, among other responsibilities.
Thu June 20, 2013 - Midwest Edition Construction Equipment Guide
Takeuchi-US has appointed Paul Kindelspire to the position of Midwest regional business manager. In his new role Kindelspire will be responsible for the development and activities of existing dealers, along with new dealer recruitment in his assigned territory.
Kindelspire has many years of experience in the construction equipment industry. He has worked for several manufacturers and in dealerships, giving him valuable insight on how to conduct business and set objectives. Additional duties will include sales planning and program promotions, assisting with inventory, and developing new and existing markets.
“We are excited to have Paul as part of the team,” said John Vranches, national sales manager for Takeuchi. “We are confident that his involvement in the Midwest territory will bring Takeuchi awareness and support to a whole new level."
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