Terex appoints Eastern, East Coast district manager

|  February 25, 2012 |

Jeff Thress is the new full-line road building equipment district manager for Terex Roadbuilding in the Eastern and East Coast states.

Terex Roadbuilding has appointed Jeff Thress as the company’s full-line road building equipment district manager for the Eastern and East Coast states, making Thress the single-source contact for customers and distributors for all Terex road building equipment lines.


Prior to his appointment, Thress served for 12 years as the regional sales manager for the Terex Bid-Well line of automatic roller pavers.

Thress’s responsibilities encompass sales and support responsibilities for the states of Georgia, North and South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey. Terex said Thress’s assignment to a smaller region will allow him to dedicate more time to building relationships with contractors and distributors.

Additionally, Thress will work directly with customers using Terex asphalt plant equipment, Terex Bid-Well pavers and Terex ready mix trucks.

“Thress brings 40 years of sales experience to our field sales team. He has helped customers relying on Terex Bid-Well equipment to successfully complete their projects, and we look forward to this carrying over to the entire Terex Roadbuilding line,” said David Rinas, director of sales and marketing for Terex Roadbuilding North America.

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