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Takeuchi-US hires new director of sales

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Kim Robinson will be responsible for the development and activity for equipment sales in the US.

CDR Staff | July 23, 2013

ATLANTA – Takeuchi-US has announced the appointment of Kim Robinson as director of sales. Robinson will be responsible for all development and activity for equipment sales in the US.

Due to the expansion of their dealer network, as well as the introduction of several new products over the last year, the Takeuchi-US sales group has continued to evolve rapidly. This new position is the result of former National Sales Manager John Vranches taking on new responsibilities within the organization, providing an opening within the sales group.

“Mr. Robinson is an accomplished professional with over 30 years of experience in the construction and agriculture industries,” said Clay Eubanks, president, Takeuchi-US. “His many years of experience and expertise in sales management and product development in our industry will prove invaluable to our national sales team.”

Kim Robinson in a graduate of the University of Iowa, and the University of Northern Iowa, and has worked in finance, sales, product development, and executive-level management throughout his more than 30-year career in the construction and agriculture industries.
 

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