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New Senior Appointments at Hirepool


New Senior Appointments at Hirepool Reflect Continued Growth


Andrew Lattimore

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01 February 2008: Hirepool Limited has made two new senior appointments as it looks to consolidate its position as the premier rental equipment solutions provider. Hirepool is part of Rakino Group, a leading industrial services and distribution operator.

Andrew Lattimore has been appointed to the position of Business Relationship Manager for the Upper South Island, while Regan Lock is Business Relationship Manger for the Lower South Island. Both will be based in Christchurch.
Lattimore, who has joined Hirepool from the agricultural industry says he is “thrilled to be working in the Hirepool family and hopes to be here for many years to come”.

Regan Lock

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Meanwhile, Lock, who was previously an Internal Sales Team Leader at Mico Metals NZ and within the Crane Group for 13 years is looking forward to sinking his teeth into something new and exciting.

Managing Director, Tenby Powell says, “These appointments demonstrate the phenomenal growth of Hirepool and the other companies under the Rakino Group umbrella. I have every confidence that both Andrew and Regan will excel in these new positions.”

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