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Terex Construction appoints product specialist

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Terex Construction has appointed Adam Philips as its new Product Specialist at its UK manufacturing facility in Coventry.

Adam has several years’ experience at Terex, working in engineering and product development roles. He has a detailed understanding of the Terex compact portfolio and construction equipment marketplace, both in the UK and internationally.

In his new role Adam will work closely with Terex distributors cross the world, providing in-depth training on the company’s latest range of backhoe loaders, site dumpers and compaction rollers. Moving forward, he will also be responsible for the development and delivery of all online distributor training programmes.

Paul Macpherson, Sales and Marketing Director at Terex Construction’s Coventry facility, commented: “With a global distributor network operating in more than 60 countries worldwide, providing access to comprehensive, one-to-one product training is a key corporate priority.

“We are delighted that Adam has taken on this new role. With excellent product knowledge and a thorough understanding of the Terex business, we’re confident that his capabilities will help to keep our global network up-to-date with the latest product innovations and equipment operation instruction.”

?Commenting on his appointment, Adam added: “I’ve grown up as an end user of Terex products, working within the agricultural and construction sectors, so have first-hand experience with a number of models. This new role is an excellent opportunity to utilise this knowledge and help to keep distributors up-to-date with the latest product operation information.”


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