Ziegler CAT Poised for Future Growth With Executive Team Promotions

Allen previously served as Ziegler's chief financial officer, executive vice president, vice president of administration, corporate controller and accounting manager.

Fri October 24, 2014 - Midwest Edition
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Andreas Hoeft
Andreas Hoeft
Andreas Hoeft William M. Hoeft Mark Allen

Ziegler CAT has promoted Mark Allen to senior executive vice president, Andreas Hoeft to executive vice president of sales, and William M. Hoeft to executive vice president of product support.

Allen previously served as Ziegler’s chief financial officer, executive vice president, vice president of administration, corporate controller and accounting manager.

Andreas Hoeft was previously vice president of construction sales, business development manager for the introduction of the new Cat vocational truck, industrial CSR sales manager, customer support representative (CSR) and sales territory manager, and he holds a Six Sigma Black Belt.

William M. Hoeft was vice president of product support sales and marketing, product-support product manager, CSR, mining business specialist, marketing coordinator and product-support specialist, and he holds a Six Sigma Black Belt.

“This new executive structure will enable our leadership to better support the company and position us for future growth,” said William L. Hoeft, president, CEO and chairman of the board.

Founded in 1914, Ziegler is a family-owned company employing more than 1,700 people in 26 communities in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin and Missouri.




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