Bieller Appointed Vice President of Atlas Copco

Press Release
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Brian Bieller, new vice president, business development, at Atlas Copco Construction Equipment (Photo: Atlas Copco Construction).

Commerce City, Colorado. – Brian Bieller has accepted the position of vice president of business development at Atlas Copco Construction Equipment, effective April 1.

In his new role, Bieller will be part of the management team and will report directly to Erik Sparby, president and general manager for Atlas Copco Construction Equipment.

Most recently, Bieller was the sales manager for Atlas Copco Rental, responsible for Canada and the western United States. Before going to Atlas Copco’s rental division, Bieller had served as vice president of sales and marketing for compaction products at Dynapac USA, an Atlas Copco company.

“Brian’s entire career has been spent in the rental and construction market,” said Sparby. “He’s bringing more than 20 years of industry experience with him, and I am happy to welcome him to the team.”
 

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