McCloskey International, Peterborough, Ontario, has announced five appointments to its global sales team. According to the company, the expansion is in response to customer demand for the company’s crushers, screeners and conveyors. McCloskey says the expansion of its sales force will widen the availability of McCloskey equipment worldwide.
Darren Coen, with a background in business information systems, has been named territory sales manager for Southeast Asia. Coen, who joined McCloskey in May 2013 in Ireland, has relocated to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Roger Wilson, with more than 20 years of experience in East Africa, has been appointed territory sales manager for the region. McCloskey says Wilson has built a reputation in heavy machinery sales, including diesel power plants, screening, crushing machinery, earth moving and lifting equipment. Wilson, who will be based out of Nairobi, Kenya, “has a broad knowledge and interest in business within this region, with strong personal customer relationships within the construction and the mining and quarry businesses,” according to McCloskey.
The company has appointed Mark Rankin territory sales manager for the Middle East and India. He has more than 17 years of experience in sales within the construction industry. His goal will be to increase the demand for McCloskey’s screening and crushing equipment and develop sales in the region.
Adrian Hernando Ibanez has been appointed territory sales manager for North West Africa. He will use his background in international business to continue to develop the current dealer network in the.
Suzanne Dynes has been appointed inside sales coordinator. Dynes, who will operate out of Northern Ireland, has worked in the construction industry in Australia, Germany and Northern Ireland. She will use her experience to support the newly expanded sales team with dealer relationship management, organizing customer visits and training, and the completion of sales information and marketing.
These appointments follow four others the company recently made to provide greater coverage of the North and Central American markets. Those four appointees were: Angel Chavez, territory manager for Mexico and Central America; Liam Quinn, dealer manager for the West Coast of the United States; Chris Carlson, dealer manager in the Central United States; and Brendan Kieran, Southeast United States.