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New commercial manager for Hirepool

New commercial manager for Hirepool

National hire equipment company Hirepool has promoted Neil Radley to the position of New Zealand commercial manager, based in Auckland.
Hirepool is the cornerstone business in the New Zealand Rental Group, a leading industrial services and distribution operator.

Mr Radley has a wealth of experience, having spent 15 years in the hire industry, the last 10 with Hirepool. He was previously Wellington divisional manager where he played a central role in growing business in the region and, most recently, national access manger.

In his new role, Radley will be responsible for Hirepool’s business relationship managers, regional managers and specialist divisional managers, and play a key role in developing commercial opportunities for the business and strengthening key strategic partnerships.

He says he is looking forward to identifying gaps and opportunities in the rental and lease market, establishing new clients and maintaining the variety of industry relationships Hirepool has developed.
“I’m also excited about working alongside an excellent sales and solution focused team who are dedicated to maintaining Hirepool’s customer satisfaction model,” he says.

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