Construction Equipment Rental Division Appoints New Sales Managers—June 2011

June 21, 2011 at 3:21 PMRing Power

 

Ring Power SVP/Director of Heavy Equipment Rental Services Kevin Robbins is pleased to announce the promotions of Jerry Burford and Brian Cholmondeley to sales managers for The Cat Rental Store (CRS) division. construction equipment sales managers: Jerry Burford (top) and Brian Cholmondeley

Burford assumed the role of CRS West Coast Sales Manager in April and now works out of the Ring Power facility in Riverview, where he oversees the activities of CRS account managers in the Tallahassee, Brooksville, Tarpon Springs, Tampa, Lakeland and Sarasota territories. A U.S. Navy veteran of the first Gulf War, Burford holds an associate’s degree in business administration from Southern Ohio College. After joining Ring Power in February 2000, Burford served as a CRS account manager for several years and, most recently, as a heavy equipment sales representative in the Lakeland territory.

Cholmondeley became CRS East Coast Sales Manager June 1 and now divides his time between Ring Power’s facilities in St. Augustine and Orlando. He is responsible for the activities of CRS account managers in Orlando, Ocala, Palm Bay, Daytona, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Lake City and St. Augustine. Cholmondeley began his career with Ring Power in June 1994 after graduating from Flagler College. In 17 years with the company, Cholmondeley has held various positions, including management trainee, heavy equipment sales representative and assistant governmental sales manager.

"With more than 28 years of experience combined, Burford and Cholmondeley are obviously well prepared to lead The Cat Rental Store," stated Robbins. "Management is confident in their ability to build on the division’s continued success." 

Ring Power is Central and Northeast Florida’s exclusive Caterpillar dealer, headquartered in St. Augustine. The Cat Rental Store, one of Ring Power Corporation’s eight divisions, specializes in daily, weekly and monthly rental of all types of contractor’s equipment. Additional information about the Ring Power organization, its products, services and employment opportunities can be found online at ringpower.com.

 

 

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Ring Power Appointed Florida Distributor of Terex Utilities

June 11, 2008 at 4:30 PMRing Power

Ring Power Corporation is pleased to announce their selection as the Florida distributor of Terex Utilities. Terex manufactures a broad range of equipment for use in various industries, including the construction, infrastructure, quarrying, mining, shipping, transportation, refining, and utility industries.

Terex is focused on its mission of delivering products that are reliable and cost effective and producing equipment that improves its customers' return on invested capital. Terex has expanded dramatically in recent years seeking to expand the product offering, improve geographic coverage and deliver value for Terex customers.

Kevin Robbins, Senior Vice-President of Ring Power stated, "The opportunity to partner with an industry leader like Terex Utilities allows us to continue bringing a well connected product portfolio to our customers in addition to realizing a great opportunity to expand our equipment offerings."

"Ring Power is a great addition to the Terex Utilities distribution team. Through their operational footprint, they will be able to reach the entire utility market for equipment sales and rental, but most importantly provide aftermarket service on a local basis," said George Ellis, Vice-President/General Manager of Roadbuilding & Utilities for Terex.

Ring Power will service the market with the Terex Utilities product line through their CAT Rental Store division effective June 1, 2008. The territory will be the state of Florida east of the Apalachicola River. The Aerial Devices and Derrick Digger models that will be included in the rental fleet beginning in July 2008 include:

LT38

TCX55

TC55

HRX55

Commander 4047

Hi-Ranger Telescopic Aerial Device with 43’ working height

Hi-Ranger Non-overcenter Material Handling Aerial Device with 60’ working height

Hi-Ranger Non-overcenter Material Handling Aerial Device with 60’ working height

Hi-Ranger Overcenter Material Handling Aerial Device with 60’ working height

Digger Derrick with 47’ maximum elevation

 

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