Trucks & Parts continues to build its management team. The leading seller and buyer of new, used, and reconditioned garbage trucks recently announced that Rich Wannemacher will lead the buying team as the new Inventory Sourcing Manager.
“Rich brings an extensive knowledge of the refuse equipment market and clearly understands the needs of our customer base,” said Brion Maguire, owner and managing partner of Trucks & Parts of Pennsylvania. “Adding Rich will allow us to continue to source the finest, highest quality trucks and increase our quantity of inventory.”
Wannemacher previously worked for McNeilus Truck and Manufacturing where he was the Manager of Sales and Market Development. He has also worked for Iron Planet (now part of Ritchie Brothers Auctioneers).
“I’m proud to join an organization that has been a pioneer and a proven leader in the refuse industry,” Wannemacher said. “And I look forward to continuing to uphold our standard of delivering the highest quality reconditioned refuse and roll off trucks to our customers.”
In addition to hiring Wannemacher, Trucks & Parts of Pennsylvania, LLC also recently hired Mike Roberson who will serve as the Truck Shop Manager at the Pennsylvania facility. Prior to joining Trucks & Parts, Roberson served as Maintenance Manager at JP Mascaro and Sons where he oversaw maintenance operations at one of their largest hauling divisions.
PA has added additional technicians as well to bolster their capabilities and support their growing business. “Mike has a thorough understanding of the truck chassis and the refuse body from both an operational and repair aspect” Maguire stated. “he is widely regarded as one of the most knowledgeable people regarding garbage collection trucks.”
“We continue to attract top industry talent and both Mike and Rich will be instrumental in our success. They fit perfectly into our plans for growth and expansion,” said Scott Dols, President and CEO of Trucks & Parts of Tampa.
“There will be no shortage of exciting news in the months to come” Maguire added.
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