NESCO Acquires Terex Western Utilities Rentals

NESCO Sales and Rentals is proud to announce the acquisition of the western fleet of Terex Utilities Rentals. The purchase will strengthen NESCO’s West Coast presence and provide customers access to more than 1,000 units plus a nationwide parts and service network.

“We have planned for a seamless transition,” said Rob Troxel, Nesco’s CEO. “The Terex Utilities Rentals equipment matches our profile, giving us more depth in transmission and distribution units. In addition, we welcome Troy Shoup, Christine Dossey, Nedra Oseth, and Paul Swick to the Nesco team. Customers will see familiar faces, and benefit from an expanded fleet.”

Troy Shoup will be the Western Territory Manager, serving California, Hawaii, and Nevada. He brings over 10 years in the rental sales business, providing leadership in customer service. Christine Dossey, Western Territory Inside Sales, will continue to support sales efforts in the region. Troy and Christine will be based in Fontana, California. The addition of Troy and Christine to the Nesco team which includes Brian Coleman, Rocky Mountain Territory Manager, Bill Harrington, Northwest Territory Manager, and Jeremy Zimmer, Inside Sales, provides customers equipment access in 12 western states.

Nedra Oseth joins NESCO as the Western Administrative Director. Based in Portland, Oregon, her 16 years of equipment experience is central to customer satisfaction. Nedra will coordinate functions for customer dispatch, insurance, sales, and rentals in the Western Territory.

Paul Swick will be the Outside Service Coordinator, responsible for fleet service in Portland, Oregon. With more than 20 years of experience, Paul will manage equipment maintenance, ensuring safety and reliability, supporting Troy Shoup, Brian Coleman and Bill Harrington.

For more information, call 800/252-0043 or visit www.nescosales.com.


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