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Hilco Industrial Hires SVP to Manage Oil, Gas and Heavy Equipment Sector

June 10, 2016, 07:39 AM

Hilco Industrial, a unit of Hilco Global, announced that Bryan Courcier will join the company as a Senior Vice President and key account manager. Courcier will be based in Denver, Colorado with specific responsibility for business development, sourcing and relationship management within the company's expanding energy services and heavy equipment sector.

Courcier joins Hilco Industrial from his previous position at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, where he served as a National Account Manager with a focus on insolvency, restructuring and special situations within the construction and heavy equipment industry. Additionally, Mr. Courcier brings to Hilco Industrial an extensive knowledge of equipment lending and asset management functions from a banking and finance perspective. Courcier will report directly to Steve Wolf, CEO of Hilco Industrial.

Wolf, said "We're thrilled that Bryan is joining our team. His extensive experience as a strategic advisor combined with his sales and marketing skills in the construction, heavy equipment and commercial transportation industries is extremely impressive."

Wolf continued, "Hilco Industrial has been growing and expanding our overall energy services practice during this highly volatile period in the oil and gas marketplace and adding talent like Bryan in Denver serves as a continued demonstration of our commitment to our current and future clients."

Courcier graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in 2006. He is an active member of the Turnaround Management Association, the Commercial Finance Association and the American Bankruptcy Institute.

Hilco Industrial provides industrial asset acquisition and disposition services, specializing in machinery, equipment and inventory auctions and negotiated sales. It sells the broad range of industrial assets found in manufacturing, wholesale and distribution companies. Hilco Industrial buys and sells assets through on-site, online and combination webcast auction sale events as well as negotiated (private treaty) sales. In addition to providing services on a fee or commission basis, Hilco Industrial puts capital at risk and often acquires assets or provides guarantees.

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