Tyler Cummings Promoted to Assistant Delivery Manager

Tyler Cummings Promoted to Assistant Delivery Manager

Tyler Cummings and family

Tyler Cummings, a dedicated Hugg & Hall Equipment Company (Hugg & Hall) professional working out of the Little Rock location, was recently promoted to the new position of Assistant Delivery Manager. In this position, he will assist Claude Martin, Delivery Manager, with transport operations and will oversee delivery activity in the Little Rock, Conway, Jonesboro, El Dorado, Texarkana, Broussard, Houma and Baton Rouge regions. 

Cummings has worked diligently at Hugg & Hall, since 2012, in various roles spanning from rental coordination to load planning. His commitment to his customers and the company gives Hugg & Hall the assurance that he maintains the experience and competence to perform the duties of the position effectively. 

“Tyler has proven to be a leader with his work ethic and his ability to prioritize his employees and customer satisfaction,” said Martin. “Everything he does either adds to customer satisfaction, increases profits for the company or benefits our employees. Great job and congratulations.” 

Hugg & Hall would like to take this time to thank Cummings for all of his hard work throughout the years, congratulate him for the well-earned promotion and encourage him to continue executing his excellent leadership ability. 

 


 

Hugg & Hall Equipment Company is a comprehensive equipment provider offering services and expertise in the rental, sales, parts and service markets. The company offers a wide variety of equipment options for rent and purchase, including: material handling equipment, heavy equipment, mobile elevating work platforms, air compressors, generators and more. Hugg & Hall Equipment Company offers industry-leading brands, like: Toyota, Bobcat, Crown, Volvo, Taylor, Doosan and others. With value-added services and a focus on their customers, Hugg & Hall Equipment Company is the one-stop shop for every construction and industrial equipment need.

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