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Terex Utilities Adds Imach, Hughes to Field Sales Team

Each brings unique skill sets and their varied experiences to their roles.

Tue December 02, 2014 - National Edition
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Terex Utilities has added David Imach and Roy Hughes as territory account managers.

“We welcome David and Roy to the Terex family,” said Vice President of Sales and Marketing Jim Lohan. “They bring unique skill sets and their experiences will add to and complement the wealth of industry expertise and knowledge already in place within the Terex organization. As we continue to develop innovative product offerings, services and programs to meet the growing needs of utility customers, our team members play an extremely important role in growing our opportunities in the marketplace.”

Imach is appointed account manager of the Northern California region. He joins Terex with experience in new business development, key account management, as well as international sales. Imach most recently held a position as director of sales of Mac Engineering out of Benton Harbor, Mich. Imach can be reached at 707/648-6939 or [email protected]

Hughes has been named the new account manager of the territory of southern Illinois, southern Indiana and Kentucky. He joins Terex Utilities as a 26-year veteran of the United States Army, with his primary focus throughout his military career being recruiting and retention. Most recently, Hughes held the position of fleet administrator at Hoosier Energy REC Inc. Hughes can be reached at 812/345-8087 or [email protected]

As account managers of Terex, Imach and Hughes will support all Terex Utilities products and services to a wide-range of customers, including investor-owned utilities, electric cooperatives, municipalities and utility contractors. They also are charged with developing new customer opportunities and working with existing customers to meet their specific equipment needs.

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