David Alban has been named chief operating officer and corporate secretary of Ring Power Corporation. The move was effective Dec. 3.
In this role, Alban will oversee all of Ring Power's equipment divisions' sales and product support operations, as well as Phoenix products, human resources, training, purchasing, facilities and security.
Prior to this appointment, Alban was executive vice president and corporate secretary, with responsibility for heavy equipment product support, power systems division product support, Phoenix products, human resources and training, purchasing, facilities and security.
Alban's career with Ring Power dates back to 2001 in the sales training program, where he spent time working in the service shops, learning firsthand what happens day-to-day. He also worked in the heavy equipment rental department and was promoted to manager of the newly launched agricultural equipment division in 2003.
In 2004, when Ring Power's Six Sigma initiative began, Alban was selected to be a Black Belt project leader. In 2008, he was named vice president of lift trucks. The next year, Alban was promoted to vice president and corporate secretary, with responsibility for power systems product support. In 2010, he added heavy equipment product support, training and safety to his responsibilities.
In 2013, Alban was named executive vice president and corporate secretary, overseeing power systems and heavy equipment product support, training and safety. The following year he added purchasing, facilities, security and Phoenix products to his responsibilities.
In his new role, Alban will continue to report directly to Randy Ringhaver, chairman and president.