Subsite Electronics Awards Ditch Witch Midwest
Award Recognizes Dealership Sales Performance
Subsite Electronics, a Charles Machine Works Company, recently recognized Ditch Witch Midwest with the Top Volume Electronics Dealer Award and the Top TK Conversion Salesman Award at the 2016 Ditch Witch Dealer Conferences. The award is the highest level of recognition for a Ditch Witch dealership’s Subsite product sales performance.
“The Top Volume Electronics Dealer Award recognizes a dealership’s exceptional efforts to provide customers with the Subsite products, expertise and service needed to perform their jobs”, says Mark Whiteman, president of Subsite Electronics. “We congratulate Ditch Witch Midwest for its success in utilizing our products to give underground construction customers confidence in their ability to complete jobs safely and productively.”
Ditch Witch Midwest salesman Scott Geller was also awarded the Top TK Conversion Salesman Award, which recognizes the salesman with the most 2015 TK HDD guidance system conversions (trade-ins).
Ditch Witch of Midwest carries a broad line of underground construction equipment including horizontal directional drills, Subsite Electronics, trenchers, mini excavators, vibratory plows, mini skid steers and trenchless equipment.
With locations in Carol Stream, Ill., Brownsburg, Ind., Fort Wayne, Ind., Kaukauna, Wis., and Waukesha, Wis., Ditch Witch Midwest has been helping underground construction increase productivity for more than 46 years. For more information on Ditch Witch Midwest, go to www.ditchwitchmidwest.com.
Subsite Electronics, a Charles Machine Works Company, provides underground construction professionals with a comprehensive suite of electronic products in the industry, including utility locators, horizontal directional drilling (HDD) guidance equipment and equipment machine controls. By utilizing innovative technologies, extensive market feedback and outstanding customer support, Subsite Electronics has established itself as the premier source of electronic technology to support the installation or maintenance of underground pipe and cable. To learn more, visit www.subsite.com.