Putzmeister America Names Greg Etue Sales Manager of Southeast Region
Putzmeister America Names Greg Etue Sales Manager of Southeast RegionSTURTEVANT, Wis . ( Feb. 2, 2004 ) – Putzmeister America has appointed Greg Etue southeast regional sales manager.
Etue is responsible for the full line of Putzmeister new and used concrete boom pumps, separate placing booms, Telebelt ® conveyors, Thom-Katts ®, and large-line trailer pumps for the company's southeast sales region. His sales territory includes the states of North and South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia and Florida. Etue reports directly to Bill Dwyer, Putzmeister's district sales manager for the company's eastern region.
Since 1983, Etue has been involved with both dealer and retail sales, from heavy truck dealership sales to owning a golf equipment retail business. Prior to joining Putzmeister, he was employed by Moody Machinery Corp. for 4 1/2 years, renting and selling crawler cranes as well as rough terrain hydraulic and truck cranes.
Etue has a diverse construction product background that includes 20 years of sales experience and a familiarity with the Southeast. He has lived in the Atlanta area for 23 years and will remain based in the heart of his new sales territory. To contact him directly, call his mobile phone at (404) 433-5904.
Putzmeister America is one of the world's leading heavy equipment manufacturers, specializing in concrete and material placing equipment. As market leaders in technology and innovation, Putzmeister offers a complete line of truck-mounted concrete boom pumps, separate placing booms, truck-mounted telescopic conveyors, and trailer-mounted concrete pumps. In addition, the company provides a wide range of mortar, grout, shotcrete, plaster and fireproofing pumps and mixers, industrial pumps, as well as tunneling and mining equipment. The company originally achieved international ISO 9001 quality certification in 1998 and this summer successfully completed the transition audit for compliance with the recently revised and tougher ISO standard.