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Hirepool Makes New Strategic Appointment

Hirepool Makes New Strategic Appointment

21 December 2009: – New Zealand’s leading rental solutions provider Hirepool has made a significant strategic appointment of Chris Dilloway as leader of its Performance Enhancement Team.

Dilloway, who has more than 15 years industry and senior management experience, has left Hirequip to join Hirepool, the cornerstone business in the New Zealand Rental Group, a leading rental and industrial services operator. He will be based in Hamilton.

“I was attracted to Hirepool because it is a dynamic business that is preparing itself for the medium and long-term future not just the short term and it is exciting to be a part of that,” he says.

As head of the newly created Performance Enhancement Team, Dilloway will be responsible for extending the customer base, expanding relationships with existing clients and adding value with clients nationwide.
New Zealand Rental Group Chief Executive Mark Powell says Dilloway’s extensive experience and knowledge of the rental solutions industry will be of great value in his new position. “Chris has developed valuable working relationships with customers nationwide and is widely respected by customers, competitors and many businesses in the industry.”
“I am thrilled to welcome Chris to the Hirepool team,” says Powell. “I’m confident he will play a significant part in the continued growth of Hirepool and its commitment to create and maintain sustainable partnerships with customers and suppliers.”

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