Meagan Reeves a rental industry veteran will play a leadership role for Acme Lift in the Gulf Coast region
Meagan Reeves, a rental industry veteran, will play a leadership role for Acme Lift in the Gulf Coast region.

Acme Lift Names Meagan Reeves Senior VP of Gulf Coast Region

Meagan Reeves, who has 17 years in the industrial and rental market, has joined Acme Lift Co. as senior vice president of Gulf Coast North American Operations. She will play a key role in charting the strategic direction of the world’s largest wholesale rental company.

Reeves began her career with ABB Lummus Global, a worldwide engineering and procurement company, where she gained experience working with many national and international vendors in the petrochemical industry. In 2003 she joined Sunbelt Rentals as an outside sales representative. There she developed her product knowledge and relationships with industrial and commercial contractors. After much success she progressed from sales to key account manager focusing on plants and large industrial contractors throughout the Gulf Region. 

“Meagan brings a wealth of knowledge of the industrial and commercial rental market,” said Mike Crouch, Acme Lift president and chief operating officer. “Her experience with our product and the Gulf Coast region makes Meagan a perfect fit for the Acme team.” 

Reeves will be based out of Southeast Texas and cover the Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas markets. Her “hands on” approach and extensive knowledge of the area’s construction market make her a valuable resource to the rental companies Acme services. 

“I am looking forward to my journey with Acme Lift and their amazing team” Reeves said. “I am confident that we can take the relationship and fleet growth to a whole new level.”

Acme Lift re-rents large aerial work platforms and telehandlers to rental companies throughout North America. Based in Mesa, Ariz., Acme Lift Co. is No. 64 on the RER 100.

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