Atlas Copco has appointed Don Cash to sales manager of its regional store in Denver. Cash has been working for Atlas Copco Construction Mining Technique USA for the past 10 years as customer service manager in the Rocky Mountain store. In December 2008, he accepted the position of administration manager in the Rocky Mountain store, and began his new role as sales manager on Jan. 1, 2011. Cash now will be responsible for rock drilling technology and geotechnical drilling and exploration sales in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming.

Meanwhile, Atlas Copco’s Tucson, Ariz., store boasts two new appointments. Todd Courtney has been appointed sales manager – mining at the company’s Tucson store. He will be responsible for sales in the Tucson territory, as well as being an account manager. Courtney brings eight years of branch management and equipment sales experience to his new position. He has significant experience in mid-range blast-hole drills and surface drilling equipment, including sales of the latter in Nevada and Alaska. Carrie Searle has been appointed parts manager for the Atlas Copco company store in Tucson. She will be responsible for the management of all aspects of the store’s parts inventory and warehouse. Searle began her career with Atlas Copco in 2005 as an inventory control analyst at the company’s Commerce City, Colo., headquarters and Atlas Copco’s facility in Roanoke, Va.