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Stertil-Koni names Matthew Murray technical support manager

Stertil-Koni, the leader in heavy duty vehicle lifts, notably bus lifts and truck lifts, today announced that Matthew M. Murray has joined the company as Technical Support Manager, working out of the company’s North American headquarters in Stevensville, Maryland.

In his new post, Murray brings nearly two decades of experience in construction and project management, with a particular expertise in electrical controls, mechanical system testing, project oversight, along with the production of technical support documents.   He will report to the company’s Director of Operations, Kevin Hymers.

Murray is a U.S. Military veteran, having attained the rank of U.S. Army Sergeant.  He served as a squad leader and tank gunner for a M1A1 tank and supported Operation Desert Storm with the 3rd Armored Division.  Murray also holds multiple registrations and certifications, including Department of Defense Top Secret Clearance, Journeyman Electrical License and OSHA 30 Certification.

His career includes posts serving Andrews Air Force Base, the Federal Aviation Administration, Adelphi Army Research Laboratory and the Internal Revenue Service.

In making today’s announcement, Dr. Jean DellAmore, President of Stertil-Koni, stated, “Matt is a very talented professional, with a broad technical and project management skillset, who will be a strong addition to our rapidly growing company.  His technical expertise, combined with a proven track record of successful field operations, will enable Stertil-Koni to expand on its position as the number one provider of heavy duty vehicle lifting systems.”

Murray resides with his family on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

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