SANTA FE SPRINGS, CA -- Maxon Lift Corp. has announced three appointments made in furtherance of its strategic growth plan. All are effective on Jan. 1, 2014.
Troy Overfelt will become vice-president of national accounts, a newly created position. He now serves as eastern region director of sales. In his new post, he will oversee the national account managers in the west, central and eastern regions.
Overfelt will be succeeded in the eastern regional director's post by Mark Gordon, a veteran of more than thre decades in the industry who has been with Maxon for the past eight years.
Concurrently, Ted Raquet will become part of the national account team while remaining vice-president of key accounts.
Rocky Pavkov also will join the national account team as national customer retention manager. His duties will include providing assistance to present national account managers.
The company reports that these changes are integral to its plan to provided unequalled sales support to fuel its continued growth.
Maxon Lift Corp. was established in 1957, the year in which owner Max Lugash invented the Tuk-A-Way liftgate. This design was the progenitor of many innovative Maxon products, and remains the largest-selling style of liftgate in North America.