JekkoUSA appoints new sales manager

By Hannah Sundermeyer05 May 2020

JekkoUSA, exclusive U.S. distributor of Jekko minicranes, has appointed Jennifer Gallegos-Perez as its Southeast U.S. Regional Sales Manager.


Jennifer Gallegos-Perez, Southeast U.S. Regional Sales Manager, JekkoUSA

In that role, Gallegos-Perez will be providing sales support, training and service support for current and prospective Jekko dealers. In addition, she will provide a bilingual service to the Spanish-speaking crane community in Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Tennessee, Virginia, Kentucky, Mississippi and the Carolinas.

“Jennifer is not only helping us strengthen our customer relationships in the southeastern U.S., but she is also going to be an excellent point of contact for our Spanish-speaking owners, operators and service managers,” says Bernie Faloney, CEO, JekkoUSA. “We’re glad to have Jennifer as part of an already exceptional sales team.”

Jennifer comes from a 15-year career in the service management sector of the construction industry, most recently as a Profit Center Administrator with Sunbelt Rentals. Jennifer also specializes in international rentals including military base requests. She is certified in a variety of heavy equipment operation, and currently sits on the board of the National Association for Women in Construction (NAWIC), Chapter 78. She holds an MBA from Broward College in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

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