MESA, Ariz. — Acme Lift Co., aerial re-rental specialist, hired Mike Ferguson, equipment rental industry veteran, as regional manager for the Gulf Coast and central regions of the United States. Ferguson, who started his rental industry career in 1992 at Prime Equipment in Garland, Texas, then moved to Horizon High Reach in Irving, Texas, where he worked as an outside sales representative until 1998 when he joined Mango Equipment in Irving.
When Mango was acquired by United Rentals in 1999, Ferguson stayed with the company for 12 years in several branch management jobs before being promoted to manager of new business development, working to start branches across the Gulf Coast and the Midwest.
“We are fortunate that someone of Mike's caliber has joined Acme Lift to help us bolster our re-rental customer service in the Gulf Coast and central regions with his personal attention and a 24/7 work ethic,” said Steve Nadelman, president and chief operating officer of Acme Lift. “Mike has worked extensively in states throughout both regions, earning an outstanding reputation for working closely with customers to quickly solve their rental challenges.”
Acme Lift, based in Mesa, Ariz., has one of the industry's largest selections of boomlifts up to 150 feet, as well as large telehandlers and truck-mounted cranes for re-rent.
Acme is No. 46 on the RER 100.