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Ring Power Board of Directors Elects New Executive Vice President
David Alban has been elected to serve as Executive Vice President - Sales and Corporate Secretary.
In his new role as Executive Vice President - Sales, Alban will have responsibility for several Ring Power divisions including: New and Used Heavy Equipment, Cat® equipment rentals, International, Crane and Lift Trucks. In an effort to efficiently grow our business and enhance our customers’ satisfaction in all areas, Alban will work closely with the senior-vice presidents of these divisions on a daily basis.
In 2001, Alban began his Ring Power career in the Sales Training Program, spending time working in the service shops, learning firsthand what happens day-to-day. Alban also worked in the Heavy Equipment Rental department before moving into Sales.
He earned his first managerial role in 2002, leading the newly launched Agricultural Equipment division.
In 2004, when the Six Sigma initiative began, Alban was selected as a project leader. Alban was then promoted to General Service Manager of Heavy Equipment for the northern half of Ring Power’s Cat territory. Since 2009 Alban had served as Vice President and Corporate Secretary. In 2011,
Alban took on additional responsibility, serving as Vice President of Power Systems Product Support.
Newly appointed Vice President – Director of Human Resources Alex Posson joined Ring Power in March as human resources manager. Prior to joining Ring Power, she served as the employee relations specialist at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Fla. Posson is a graduate of the University of Florida and Florida Coastal School of Law.
Taking over for David Alban as Vice President – Power Systems Product Support, Steve Gambill joined Ring Power in 1994 as a marine field service technician and worked his way up to assistant Power Systems service manager, Jacksonville branch Power Systems service manager and, most recently, marine services operations manager. Gambill brings 27 years of experience to Power Systems’ service operations along with the insight he has gained as a “green belt” on numerous Six Sigma projects.
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