Hyundai adds Northeast dealer to expanding network

By |  October 16, 2019

From left: M.S. Kang, president of Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas; Nick Moynihan, president of Quality Fleet Service; and Bill Klein, Hyundai’s district manager for the Northeast. Photo courtesy of Hyundai

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas expanded its North American dealer network with the addition of Quality Fleet Service, which will service the company’s Northeast territory.

Started in 2005, Quality Fleet is a full-service warranty and repair center specializing in forestry and utility equipment. QFS supports a range of machines, from light and heavy trucks to construction equipment and attachments.

With the addition of the new dealer, Hyundai’s North American network now includes more than 70 dealerships operating in more than 150 locations, offering sales, service and parts for the full line of Hyundai excavators, wheel loaders, compaction rollers and other construction equipment.

“Quality Fleet Service is excited to announce a new partnership with Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas as an equipment brand recognized globally for industry-leading quality, capability and warranty coverage,” says Nicholas Moynihan, president of Quality Fleet Service. “Quality Fleet Service is proud to bring our unmatched customer service and dealer level support to this partnership with guaranteed 24-hour onsite service for every Hyundai machine purchased from us.”

Personnel addition


Tito Sosa joins Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas as a product specialist and sales trainer. Photo courtesy of Hyundai

In addition to the new dealer, Hyundai added Tito Sosa to its marketing team.

Sosa is responsible for assisting Hyundai dealers across North America as a product specialist and sales trainer, and he will work closely with Chad Parker on Hyundai’s product training team.

Sosa joins Hyundai with more than six years of business, marketing and sales experience in the industry. He is from Appleton, Wisconsin, and has a bachelor’s degree in international business from Lakeland University.

“Tito is confident, passionate and conducts himself at the most professional level,” says Stan Park, Hyundai’s vice president of distribution and marketing. “I feel certain Tito will be a great asset for the company as well as all Hyundai dealers.”

Kevin Yanik

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