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Seven new appointments at McHale Plant Sales

McHale Plant Sales

Company announces four key appointments at board level and three at senior management level

CONSTRUCTION equipment specialists McHale Plant Sales – distributors in Ireland of Komatsu, Komatsu Forest, Metso Outotec, Merlo, and Terex Ecotec equipment – have announced several senior board and management appointments.

According to chairman Michael McHale, the appointments ‘will resource the organization at senior level, reinforce capacity across our various and diversified fields of operation, enable us to capitalize on future growth opportunities that may present, and strengthen the service we give to our customers’.

All of significant importance in terms of their expected contribution to the company’s current and future requirements, four of the appointments are at director level and a further three are to senior management positions.

Former financial controller Kevin Nugent is appointed to the position of finance director and Liam Foley to the more broadly focused position of commercial director, whilst Denis McGrath is appointed to the position of sales director, succeeding the late John O’Brian, and Anthony Ryan to the position of after-sales director.

Other appointments from within the company’s ranks see Pat Shanahan promoted to the new position of sales manager, Keith Carey to the new position of parts manager, and Niall Culligan to the new position of service manager.

Commenting on the appointments, chairman Michael McHale said: ‘Through these new appointments, an extra strong foundation has been put in place on which the company can plan for future growth and expansion.

‘Drawn from within the company’s own ranks, a team has been appointed that will plan and manage the company’s affairs into the future, all with the experience, product knowledge, and market awareness needed to meet the demands of current and future trade, to deliver on the priorities of those we represent, and to satisfy the expectations of our customers.’

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