DLL Expands Construction, Transportation and Industrial New Business Development Team



DLL expanded its construction, transportation and industrial (CT&I) new business development team, as Michael Hart, who has served as the head of new business development for the Americas since 2019, will be joined by Steve Hope, who previously served as a North America program manager for DLL, as head of new business development in Europe. In addition, Daniel Foster, head of regional sales in Asia, Australia and New Zealand, will expand his role and be responsible for supporting new business development for the Asia-Pacific region. Jointly, the team has more than 60 years of experience in the equipment finance industry.

“We are thrilled to bring these three experts together to offer true global coverage to our partners and to provide them with the opportunity to pursue new CT&I business ventures in our key regions,” Martin Joli, head of global new business development for CT&I at DLL, said. “Their knowledge and passion for the industry will empower them to drive results and successfully grow DLL customers’ and partners’ businesses.”

The CT&I new business development team will be focused on growing new and existing business initiatives, as well as traditional segments such as construction, material handling and transportation. In addition, as companies are transitioning to more electric and automated technologies, DLL is committed to making new industry trends and developments financially accessible for manufacturers, dealers and distributors.


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