Dynapac Road Construction has appointed Brian Bieller President and Regional General Manager for North America

By Catherine Sturman
Dynapac Road Construction has appointed Brian Bieller as president and regional general manager for North America to its new company structure. His mis...

Dynapac Road Construction has appointed Brian Bieller as president and regional general manager for North America to its new company structure.

His mission is to further develop the Dynapac business and serve its customers in the different regions while establishing the new legal entities as operational units. Bieller will continue with his current mission and transition into the new role beginning of Q2 2017.

Bieller began his career in the construction rental industry and later joined Dynapac USA in 1999. He served as both a district and regional sales manager before accepting the role as vice president sales and marketing Compaction Products. Since then he has worked within Atlas Copco Specialty Rental North America and Atlas Copco Construction Equipment U.S. as vice president business development. Bieller currently holds the position of vice president and business line manager for Road Construction Equipment.

Bieller holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, and has more than 20 years of experience within the construction equipment industry. He has solid and successful sales, marketing and operational experiences from both the Road Construction and equipment rental industries.

Bieller and his wife Kristine reside in the greater Charlotte, NC area where the new corporate office for Dynapac North America is planned.

“I am very proud to have Brian on board and I am fully confident that the new companies under his responsibility will bring future success,” said Paul Hense, president Road Construction Equipment Division. “He is focused on further growing our business by continuing to offer our customers great products and services. I wish him and his team great success.”

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