Atlas Copco Names Business Development Manager

Thursday, January 26, 2012
Stephen Nelson, business development manager for Atlas Copco

Stephen Nelson appointed business development manager for Atlas Copco Construction Equipment.

 

Stephen Nelson has been appointed to the position of business development manager at Atlas Copco Construction Equipment, Commerce City, Colo., effective Jan. 3. In his new role Nelson will report directly to Erik Sparby, president and general manager of Atlas Copco Construction Equipment.

Nelson has more than 20 years of sales and management experience working in the construction equipment and rental industry.

“Steve will strengthen the national key account team by focusing primarily on the rental sector,” said Sparby. “He has vast experience from the construction industry.”

Nelson said he looks forward to continuing the good relations and increasing the penetration of Atlas Copco Construction Equipment in the national and global market. He will work out of his home office in Atlanta.
 

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