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New global sales lead appointment at Terex Trucks

Guy Wilson

Guy Wilson takes on new role with responsibility for leading company’s global sales team

GUY Wilson has been appointed as global sales director for Terex Trucks. In his new role he will be responsible for leading the company’s global sales team.

With more than 10 years’ experience in the construction industry, his role will be to manage and provide strategic direction to the sales directors, the regional sales teams and the Motherwell-based central key accounts resource.

A qualified chartered accountant, Mr Wilson is currently sales and marketing director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) at Terex Trucks.

Prior to this he was managing director for Volvo Construction Equipment Italia and before that he was chief finance officer and deputy managing director at Volvo CE’s UK dealership.

In addition to his financial and commercial experience, Mr Wilson brings a breadth of knowledge of the construction equipment industry, particularly in sales and dealer management.

Paul Douglas, director and general manager of Terex Trucks, said: ‘We are delighted that Guy is bringing his extensive management and leadership expertise to the global sales team.

‘His strong background in national distribution and dealer management, as well as his roles at Volvo CE, have equipped him to understand what it takes to succeed through a channel network. I’m sure our dealers will benefit hugely from this appointment.’

In his new role, Mr Wilson will be based in Motherwell, Scotland, and will report to Mr Douglas.

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