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McCloskey announce new dealer manager

Daragh Cullen

Daragh Cullen joins McCloskey International to serve the eastern US and Caribbean

McCloskey International have appointed Daragh Cullen as dealer manager, primarily responsible for dealer relations and recruitment for the eastern US and Caribbean.

Mr Cullen (pictured) brings with him extensive knowledge of the marketplace having spent more than two decades in the industry working with major OEMs overseeing the Americas and Caribbean.

Commenting on his new appointment, Mr Cullen said: ‘The opportunity to work with one of the most recognized brands in the world – a leader in crushing and screening – is one that I am very excited about.

‘McCloskey’s reputation for quality is one that I am proud to stand behind as a member of the team. I look forward to working with the dealers as we deliver the exceptional service the brand has become well known for.’

In the position of dealer manager, Mr Cullen will continue the close working relationship McCloskey enjoy with their distribution partners and will look to identify and recruit prospective dealers.

‘Daragh’s hands-on understanding of the equipment and customer requirements allows him to foster key relationships, which will allow our sales organization to keep pace with the demand for McCloskey equipment,’ said John O’Neill, vice-president of sales and marketing at McCloskey International.

‘This is a great opportunity for him, and for our company, to contribute to the growth and success of dealers in the region.’

Mr Cullen will be based out of Florida and will be responsible for managing the company’s sales growth across both the Caribbean and the eastern US. His appointment is effective immediately.

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