CLARK Material Handling strengthens its executive team with promotionsTuesday, February 7, 2017
CLARK Material Handling Company recently bolstered its executive team with the promotions of Scott Johnson, Dale Guckian and Rick Dahlke.
Scott Johnson has been promoted to Vice President of Sales and Marketing, with overall
responsibility for Clark’s new equipment and aftermarket parts sales teams, national
accounts, government sales, dealer development, technical training and used truck sales.
Scott joined Clark in 1995, and most recently served as Clark’s Vice President of Dealer
Services. In his new role, Scott will continue to report to Chuck Mix, Vice President of
Dale Guckian has been promoted to Director of Dealer Development. Dale is also a material handling industry veteran, having begun his career in 1986. Dale has extensive experience in all aspects of dealer operations, and his knowledge of Clark and North American distribution will significantly enhance Clark’s ability to recruit and retain strong, independent dealers. Dale will report to Scott Johnson.
Rick Dahlke has been promoted to Director of New Equipment Sales. Rick will manage
Clark’s regional sales team, and will be the key interface with key end user accounts. Rick is a respected material handling industry veteran, beginning his career in 1991, and has worked extensively with dealers and major account customers. Rick will report to Scott Johnson.
“We have assembled a very experienced team which will be singularly focused on growth
and engagement at all levels of our business,” commented Chuck Mix. “By bringing our
sales, training, dealer development and customer service teams under one umbrella, we will be ensuring that we meet our dealers and customers every material handling need.”
“With the addition of Rick Dahlke and Dale Guckian into senior leadership positions, Clark has assembled an enviable team of material handling professionals,” noted Scott Johnson.
“Clark is well positioned for growth in market share, customer satisfaction and profitability as it prepares to celebrate 100 years in the material handling business this May.”View all Industry News