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Telestack announce new managing director

Martin Dummigan

Former Terex operations executive Martin Dummigan takes the helm at Telestack

UK-based Telestack, specialists in the design, manufacture and installation of mobile bulk material handling systems, have announced the appointment of Martin Dummigan as their new managing director with immediate effect.

Mr Dummigan will be responsible for setting and achieving Telestack’s goals and objectives, and will report to the group vice-president for aggregates and mining, Jeff Elliott.

Joining Telestack from Terex, where he had various roles during his 10-year tenure, Mr Dummigan’s most recent position saw him serve as vice-president of China operations and business initiatives, based in Xiamen.

Prior to this, he served in various positions of increasing responsibility within Terex, including Terex Environmental Equipment, Terex Materials Processing, Terex Cranes and Terex Port Solutions, all with an emphasis on operations.

Commenting on the appointment, Jeff Elliot said: ‘Martin brings valuable operational know-how to Telestack and will be an tremendous asset to the company. His knowledge of manufacturing and international experience will be invaluable as we look to define more innovative solutions for our clients and grow our presence globally.’

Mr Dummigan commented: ‘I look forward to expanding Telestack’s business globally and building on the strong growth that they have experienced over the last number of years. The Telestack brand has an excellent reputation in the industry and I am confident of a positive and strong future for the company.’

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