MEC Hires VP Business Development Pat Witte
California-based MEC Aerial Work Platforms has hired aerial industry veteran Pat Witte as Vice President Business Development responsible for new business opportunities with target accounts.
Mr. Witte brings over 30 years of sales and account management experience to this new position, complementing the potency of MEC’s seasoned Sales team. Having developed business with many of the world’s largest rental companies on all continents, the addition of Mr. Witte will accelerate MEC’s strategic growth initiatives along with new product expansion seen this year. Mr. Witte is tasked with identifying new business opportunities, executing target account goals and aligning business opportunities with strategic objectives and goals.
The opportunity to enhance the company’s sales growth with the addition of a highly experienced and tenured sales professional comes at a time of increasing popularity for the MEC brand and on the eve of MEC’s re-entry into the slab scissor market. “This is the next step in growth for MEC as we work to strengthen our position as innovators in the Aerial market” says President David White, adding “our customers know our focus on ROI and differentiated product to provide a better solution in the market and they will continue to see this with our new launches this fall”.
MEC Aerial Work Platforms strives to build better solutions for our customers and for the end users of our product with innovative designs and feature-rich offerings. Our line of Aerial Work Platforms includes North America’s largest scissor lift: the 6092RT, the industrious 60-J Boom family with rugged performance in diesel, electric or hybrid power, the popular Crossover ERT 4WD electric RT scissor, the innovative Speed Level™ product line, and the Award Winning Titan Boom™ series, and the newly debuted slab scissor family featuring North America’s tallest slab scissor lift: the 4555SE. MEC machines are designed and built in Kerman, California.