Aspen Equipment promotes Todd Foster to President

September 2017
Aspen Equipment today announced the promotion of Todd Foster to the role of president. According to Steve Sill, owner and chief executive officer of Aspen Equipment, “Foster joined Aspen Equipment more than 20 years ago, and has spent those years leading improvements to Aspen’s engineering, operations, manufacturing, information systems, and most recently sales and marketing.
Todd Foster, president of Aspen Equipment states, “I truly believe that we are in a great position for moving forward. We have exceptional, industry leading manufacturers, an extremely talented workforce and a strong customer base with whom to partner. With a few strategic changes in the way we do business I think we will ultimately be able to deliver more value to our customers and in doing so, create an even stronger business. I am thankful for this opportunity to help our suppliers, the Aspen team and Aspen’s customers achieve new levels of success in the future.” Read the full story in NTEA News magazine.

Aspen Equipment adds service and technical staff in Davenport, Iowa

August 2017

Aspen Equipment today announced it now offers field and bay services for construction equipment in Davenport, Iowa. Aspen has also hired a staff of seasoned technicians who work on virtually all types construction equipment including cranes, air compressors, hi-rail trucks, aerials, lifts, snow and ice control equipment, and more. View the story published in RT&S and Construction Equipment Guide.

Aspen equipment hires safety expert Ron Lamprecht as director of safety, compliance and development

November 5, 2018

Aspen Equipment announced it has hired Ron Lamprecht as director of safety, compliance and development. Lamprecht’s construction experience working with multiple location companies and OSHA entities is a great match for Aspen Equipment—with headquarters in Bloomington, Minn. and branches in Iowa and Nebraska. Lamprecht explains, “My continuous safety plan will reach across departments to encourage communications, engage employees, and promote safety in every facet of Aspen’s operation. I will use an interactive training style to encourage safety dialogue and continually promote employee development. It’s my experience that people learn best when training reminds and reinforces what was learned in previous sessions, so I plan to implement ongoing training until it becomes engrained into employees’ thought processes for a safer and more productive work environment.”

According to Todd Foster, president of Aspen Equipment, “Ron Lamprecht is highly proficient in Environmental, Health, Safety and Security (EHSS, EHS) and his experience, training and education in environmental health, occupational health safety & Process Safety Management (PSM) will contribute to the company’s dedication to safety and career development.” Read the full story in the NTEA News magazine.