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Terex Utilities Names New Leaders for Expanded Support Services

January 9, 2019 - Terex Utilities, Watertown, South Dakota, has made two organizational changes to underscore its commitment to serving customers through the entire lives of their equipment.

Richard Gunderman has been promoted from director to vice president of parts and services. He reports to Clint Weber, vice president and general manager for Terex Utilities.

In addition, Nick Cammisa has been named to the newly created position of director, service sales, reporting to Gunderman.

“Terex Utilities is devoted to helping fleet managers maintain the best possible up-time of their equipment,” said Weber. “Our growing national footprint of service centers allows us to expand our customer support, which is focused on premier service and reduced downtime.”

Weber added, “Maintaining that level of customer service is due in part to having dedicated personnel with intimate knowledge of the different business challenges faced by small municipalities to large investor owned utilities.”

Gunderman has been with the company for more than 18 years, with experience in operations, supply chain, customer service, sales, and management. “Under Richard’s leadership, execution of parts and services solutions has improved,” said Weber.

In his new role, Gunderman will retain his current responsibilities and will assume service sales and solution development, including alignment with Terex Global Parts and Services activities in telematics, IoT, and data analytics.

Cammisa has been with the company for 15 years, most recently as eastern regional sales manager. He has also worked as a service supervisor, product manager, branch manager, and strategic account manager. “Nick’s experience in both sales and service makes him ideal for leading our service sales organization,” said Gunderman.

Terex Utilities’ products include truck-mounted aerial devices, auger drills, and digger derricks.



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