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Finland-based Bronto Skylift, a manufacturer of aerial lift platforms used by the wind energy industry, says it has added Tom Goyer to its North American sales team.

Goyer has prior experience in the industry, having worked extensively in the heavy truck and aerial ladder fire apparatus market, including in sales and sales management of Bronto fire products in North America for more than a decade. He has also successfully guided sales and operational teams.

The addition of Goyer will allow Bronto to provide a higher level of service to its customers in the wind power, utility, construction and rental markets, and help the company increase sales of its truck-mounted aerial work platforms, according to Bronto Skylift.



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