Utility Equipment Leasing Corporation Appoints Richard Coughlin Service Manager for the Sanford, Florida Service Center

Coughlin brings over 25 years of utility equipment service experience to the team

Waukesha, WI, March 08, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Utility Equipment Leasing Corporation (UELC), has appointed Richard Coughlin as Service Manager of its Sanford, Florida Service Center, serving four states, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi.

Rich has more than 25 years experience in inspecting, repairing and in-servicing new and used utility equipment. He has had previous industry experience with Baker Equipment, Altec, Florida Power and Light and most recently was self-employed at Aerial Repair Service in southern Florida. Richard is a certified welder and certified fluid power technician with a Florida CDL Class B air brake endorsement and experience in lean management. He also has fabrication and design experience. Rich is pleased to be relocating to the Sanford area, where UELC customers will appreciate his passion for the industry and his focus on safety and serving customers well.

UELC is celebrating its 45th year of leadership in the rental and leasing business for utility trucks, material handlers, track units, and cable placers. The company has grown substantially and is recognized for its modern and reliable fleet. It has service centers with experienced, responsive team members across the country, so assistance is always just a short phone call away. The UELC team is always “At Your Service” with the best equipment, the best solutions and the best team.

Tom Greenwood, General Manager of UELC, commented on Coughlin’s appointment noting, “We’re excited to have Rich on board and know that the depth he brings in servicing equipment and meeting customer needs is a great fit for the service orientation at UELC. Rich will look forward to hearing from you and exploring how he and his team can help keep you up and operating efficiently, even in times of peak workloads.”

Give Rich a call and find out why and how the company is always “At Your Service.” He would love to buy your used truck, too.

About UELC
Utility Equipment Leasing Corporation, founded in 1967 offers rental and leasing units ranging from bucket trucks and digger derricks to cable placers and track vehicles. UELC is a strong business partner to contractors, utilities, municipalities and other industries across the nation. With headquarters in the Greater Milwaukee area, UELC’s nationwide network of dealers and service centers are ready to fulfill any utility equipment needs. To learn more about UELC offerings, visit www.uelc.com or call 1-800-558-0999.

Utility Equipment Leasing Corporation
Louise Hermsen