Brehop Corp. Adds Nine to StaffPosted: Updated:
Indianapolis-based Brehop Corp., a distributor of electric motors, air compressors, cranes and hoists, has added nine to its team.
The new hires include:
• Norman Thurman – Crane & Hoist Installer/Fabricator
• Robert Osborne – Crane & Hoist Installer/Fabricator
• James Gunter – Crane Service Technician
• Donald Harrison – Air Compressor Technician
• Mark Hamm Jr. – Entry Control Panel Assembler (Electric)
• Lisa Sloan – Service Support Clerk (Air Compressor)
• Eric Eisert – Territory Manager Louisville (Crane & Hoist)
• Darrin Barrett – Crane & Hoist Installer/Fabricator
• Eowyn Kivett – Inspections Coordinator (Crane & Hoist)
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