Tony McGreavy to Lead ESI’s Sales Department in NE

Fri April 25, 2008 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Tony McGreavy will be joining the team at ESI as the director of sales for all regions, including Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.

McGreavy began his career with construction equipment 24 years ago and has worked as an operator, salesman, asset manager and director of sales for contractors and equipment dealerships. As a result of working “both sides of the fence” he understands the needs of the end user and is committed to providing the very best personal service possible to all ESI customers.

McGreavy said, “Providing Total Value Service and making our customers completely satisfied is our number one goal at ESI and our team works everyday to accomplish this. Joining the ESI team has been a breath of fresh air because I’m part of a team totally dedicated to selling ESI customers the very best products our industry has to offer and servicing those products as well. When a product is purchased, the relationship with our customer is just beginning.”

Equipment & Systems for Industry Inc. is headquartered in Hopkinton, Mass., and has been providing equipment and services to the aggregate processing industry in the Northeast for more than 25 years. ESI is a full service provider of new and used equipment, systems, parts and service to the aggregate processing, asphalt, concrete, recycling and earth moving industries, as well as engineering assistance and permitting services.

ESI represents Cedarapids, Eagle Iron Works, Pegson, Breaker Technology Inc., Terex Construction, Esco, Major Wire and Erie Strayer.

For more information, call 508/922-3229 or visit

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