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Hirepool Appoints Two New Managers

Hirepool Appoints Two New Managers

11 October 2006 – Rental equipment leader, Hirepool Limited, has made two new senior appointments as it looks to consolidate its position as the premier rental solutions provider.

Kingi Pikaahu has been promoted to Key Account Manger and Julianne Nagel to Business Relationship Manager (BRM). Both are based in Auckland.

Kingi, previously a BRM, has been with Hirepool for 16 years. He started his career with Hirepool as a Branch Mechanic and then moved to the Scaffolding division before his role as BRM.

In his role, Kingi will lead a new team of Auckland BRM’s, transferring his knowledge onto his team. “This will be both challenging and exciting as the role is new and continuously evolving,” he says.

Julianne joined Hirepool six months ago in Accounts Receivable. Previous to this, she worked for three years in Sales and Marketing for a recruitment company; Intransit Consulting.

Julianne is excited by the challenge of bringing a fresh approach to the business as a female and also bringing her sales experience into this area.

Managing Director, Tenby Powell says these appointments demonstrate Hirepool’s commitment to create and maintain sustainable partnerships with customers, suppliers and staff. “I’m confident Kingi and Julianne will continue to play a key leadership role in the growth of our organisation,” he says.

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