Kirby-Smith Machinery Announces Internal Structure Change in North Texas Branches
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK Kirby-Smith Machinery, Inc. has implemented the following internal structure change to provide streamlined customer focus by branch assigned territory. Paul Bell will take responsibility for all facets of the Fort Worth and Abilene branches, including sales and rental oversight. Doug Bagley will assume the role for the Dallas branch and its assigned area of responsibility.
These dual roles of Sales and Operations Manager will align the company focus to be the equipment authority for the industry and clients they serve. By providing structure to the combined departments with one primary manager, each branch will provide seamless products and product support across the 149 counties covered by KSMI in North and West Texas.
KSMI provides support to its customers in Texas from six area locations in North and West Texas. Branch operations in West Texas, including Odessa, Lubbock and Amarillo are directed by West Texas Area Manager, Chuck Thompson.
Kirby-Smith's organization structure change in the Texas Metroplex is driven by high customer volume and strong activity, which has been mostly unaffected by energy markets.
"These operational changes will better position KSMI for the expected growth in sales and rental," reports David Cooper, Vice President and General Manager of the Southern Division. "In addition we will have the right structure for expanding our support with new locations and new products as we continue to provide strong primary contact with a growing marketplace."