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Toku America Announces Two New Sales Representatives

The two new reps bring decades of experience with them.

Thu March 27, 2014 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Toku America Regional Sales Manager Willie Studway.
Toku America Regional Sales Manager Willie Studway.
Toku America Regional Sales Manager Willie Studway. Toku America Midwest Regional Sales Manager Dan Goldstein.

Toku America, manufacturers of Striker hydraulic breakers, has promoted Willie Studway to the position of regional sales manager of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Studway has been with Toku for three and a half years, serving as plant manager and technical support and product specialist.

Studway has a background of 19 years in the hydraulic breakers industry, much of the time working on the engineering side of the business. Several elements of Striker Hammers’ coupling design are a product of Studway’s work.

"Willie’s extensive technical background combined with the strong communication skills he’s demonstrated while working with our customers in a product training and support capacity, provides a strong foundation from which to develop and maintain relationships within his territory," said Paul Morgan, vice president of Toku America.

Dan Goldstein has been named Toku America’s new regional sales manager of Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. Goldstein has 28 years of experience in the construction equipment industry, much of it working in the equipment rental market where he gained a keen understanding of attachment applications in a variety of worksite environments.

Goldstein is enthusiastic about working for Toku America and representing the Striker Hydraulic Breaker line.

"The company’s three-year warranty is true testimony the Toku America’s confidence in the power and durability of their product line," he said.

Goldstein’s goals are to strengthen existing customer relations while working to establish new dealer partnerships and relationships with independent rental operations.

According to Morgan, Goldstein’s extensive knowledge and experience in working with and in the equipment rental marketplace offers significant value to the equipment based solution proposition for their clients.

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