Atlas Copco Appoints Vice President, Parts and Service
Monday, April 15, 2013
Dave Pietrzykowski. Photo: Atlas Copco

Dave Pietrzykowski was appointed to the position of Vice President-Parts and Service for Atlas Copco CMT USA. In his new role, Pietrzykowski will report directly to Torbjorn Redaelli, President and General Manager Atlas Copco CMT USA.

In his most recent position Pietrzykowski served as Vice President, Store Operations . He started with Atlas Copco as the business line manager for Rental Fleet and Used Equipment. Pietrzykowski went on to serve as business line manager for Rock Drilling Tools. He has also been a sales engineer, worldwide marketing manager and vice president of sales and marketing.

“Dave holds an excellent track record of team building, developing store operations and he has produced resourceful solutions in challenging environments.  His skills and experience will continue to deliver exceptional results,” Redaelli said.

In his new role, Pietrzykowski will retain full responsibility for all parts and service operations including customer service, inventory control, logistics and procurement, warranty, service administration, training initiatives, store parts and service development, distributor business management, and the technical management team.

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