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New North American appointment at Terex Finlay

Philip Berresford

Philip Berresford appointed as regional sales manager for western states of the US and Canada

PHILIP Berresford, a veteran of the North American crushing and screening industry, has joined Terex Finlay as their regional sales manager for the western states of the US and Canada.

Terex Finlay say his appointment is part of their ambitious growth strategy for North America and will build upon the strength of their well-established parts and service support team based in Louisville, Kentucky, supported by the factory teams in Northern Ireland.

Mr Berresford (pictured) has more than 10 years’ highly relevant industry experience that includes owning and operating his own recycled aggregate processing company.

More recently he was employed by Highway Equipment Company where his focus was on the crushing and screening sector, servicing customers in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic region.

‘We are delighted that someone of Philip’s calibre has chosen to join us at a time when we are seeing rapid developments and growth in our business across the US,’ commented Joe Donnelly, Terex Finlay’s North America sales director.

‘Philip has worked extensively in the industry and comes with a wealth of machine and application knowledge that has earned him an outstanding reputation for working closely with customers to provide solutions that meet their needs.’

Mr Berresford said: ‘I’m thrilled to be joining Terex Finlay and have the opportunity to service dealers and help them expand their reach as well as personally serve them and help grow their customer base.’

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