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Sany America names Mike Rhoda as CEO
Sany America announced Tuesday that it has appointed Mike Rhoda as the company's chief executive officer (CEO). Rhoda succeeds Tim ...
Sany America names Mike Rhoda its new CEO
Mike Rhoda has been named chief executive officer of Sany America, replacing Tim Frank, who resigned in October. Rhoda has ...
Forbes: Sany, fellow Chinese equipment makers’ move into foreign markets “isn’t working”
It's been a rough year for Sany. Back in January, despite the fact that a decade-long infrastructure boom in China ...
Sany to begin selling motor graders in North America in 2014
Sany will launch three motor graders in North America next year, according to a report from our sister site ...
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Sany motor graders to enter North American market in 2014
Sany’s Road Machinery division will enter the North American market next year with three models of its motor graders, ...
Tim Frank announces resignation from CEO post at Sany America
After two years with the company, Tim Frank announced Monday morning that he has resigned as chairman and CEO ...
Tim Frank resigns as chairman, CEO of Sany America
Tim Frank announced Monday that he has resigned as chairman and CEO of Sany America Inc. The resignation was effective ...
U.S. government launches investigation into Manitowoc’s patent claims against Sany
The U.S. International Trade Commission has announced that it will open an investigation into patent infringement claims made against ...
Sany holds open house at Georgia headquarters to give customers and dealers some hands-on time with new equipment
Sany recently opened up its North American headquarters in Peachtree City, Georgia to customers and dealers in order to ...
Sany’s new 85-ton SRC885 rough terrain crane offers high capacity, stability
Sany’s new SRC885 rough-terrain crane features a rated lifting capacity of 85 tons at a 10-foot radius, providing lifting ...
Manitowoc lawsuit against Sany based on counterweight patents to be used in two future cranes
As Sany attempts to offset the dwindling sales the company is seeing in its home country of China by ...
Sany president responds to Manitowoc lawsuit and allegations of patent infringement
Sany President President Xiang Wenbo has released a statement in response to a lawsuit and allegations of patent infringement ...
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