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New appointments at Terex MPS

David Quail

Company expands North American and Latin America sales and support organization

TEREX Minerals Processing Systems (MPS) have expanded their organizational support in both North America and Latin America with the appointment of David Quail as market area director, USA and Latin America – a newly created role to support strong market expansion and product development in these regions.

Mr Quail (pictured), who will be responsible for the sales, technical support and aftermarket teams for North America and Latin America, brings with him a wealth of experience in the crushing and screening industry, having previously worked with Powerscreen (a Terex Company) prior to the 1999 Terex acquisition, and more recently at Metso, where he was director of screening media solutions.

In addition, Zachary Richard, has been newly appointed regional sales manager. He has spent the last five years working for Aring Equipment, initially working as the Doppstadt specialist and finally as territory manager providing technical knowledge and selling new and used heavy equipment, including a large portfolio of crushing and screening products.

Moreover, Dave Schuchmann, who has been with Terex MPS for a numbers of years, has taken on a new role as sales director for North America and Latin America, having previously held the position of director of applications MPS.

Simon Croker, global director of Terex MPS, said: ‘We are delighted to welcome these new members to Terex MPS. With the experience of these new team members and the knowledge of the existing Terex MPS team, we firmly believe it will further strengthen our position in the market and also give us the ability to deliver first-class support to our dealers and customers.’

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