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Personnel changes for Curry Supply Company

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Curry Supply Company has announced that Jim Hanson has joined the organisation as Strategic Account Manager.

Hanson has his certifications in Certified Automotive Fleet Management and Certified Automotive Fleet Specialist. He will report to Ralph Dodge, Director of Business Development.

Hanson has over 11 years of experience in fleet management, having held previous positions that include Fleet Manager, Fleet Administrator/Purchasing Agent and Accounts Payable.

As Strategic Account Manager Hanson will play a critical role in developing customer relationships, ensuring client satisfaction and identifying new opportunities for a large client base across the US. He will represent Curry Supply’s entire product line including on-road water trucks, vacuum trucks, mechanics trucks, fuel/lube trucks, dump trucks, lube trailers and skids, winch trucks and flatbed trucks.

“I am very excited to be on board with Curry Supply and to be supporting the trucks and suppliers directly. My fleet management experience will be a value added tool that I can provide customers who are focusing on their return on investment,” says Hanson.

“We are very excited that Jim has joined the Curry Supply team,” said Jason Ritchey, President. “His overall knowledge and fleet management experience will provide our customers a major value as they look for solutions to increase their sales and profitability.”

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