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Hyundai Material Handling Adds Leadership Depth With 3 New Appointments

Hyundai Material Handling, North America, has announced the hiring of three new team members to deepen dealer engagement and expand its national sales efforts.

Cecil D’Antignac will join the company as district sales manager for the Southeast region. Mr. D’Antignac brings over 28 years of material handling industry experience to Hyundai. With his deep knowledge of the needs of both lift truck sales professionals and end users, he will be responsible for dealer development and market share growth.

Jeffrey Mathews brings over 20 years of material handling experience in his new role as national accounts manager.  Mr. Matthews spent the last 10 years in national accounts management with Hyster-Yale Group. He will play a leadership role in helping Hyundai build strong, enduring relationships with key accounts.

As part of our efforts to always deliver the highest quality dealer service, Jason Taylor will support Hyundai dealers as technical trainer for the brand. Mr. Taylor has worked as a professional technician for over 20 years and brings a diverse, first-hand experience to support the business.

For more information, visit https://www.hyundaiforkliftamericas.com.

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