Joseph Vecchiolla of Forest Hill has been promoted from vice president of U.S. field operations to president at Williams Scotsman, a leading provider of modular space and storage solutions in North America.
In this new role, Vecchiolla is responsible for all financial, strategic and operational aspects of Williams Scotsman's U.S. business. He is also part of the Algeco Scotsman leadership team, collaborating with global colleagues to further establish the company's leadership position.
"Joe's experience and commitment are much appreciated and valuable to Algeco Scotsman's executive team," said Jean-Marc Germain, chief executive officer of Algeco Scotsman, parent company of Williams Scotsman. "We look forward to his continued contributions as he takes on this expanded role."
Prior to serving as vice president of U.S. field operations, Vecchiolla served as vice president of the Eastern region of the U.S., where he managed the financial and operational performance of the company's largest business unit. He focused on developing and implementing strategies that successfully increased revenues and created new opportunities to further serve customers in the area. Joseph is known for implementing innovative procedures aimed at ensuring customer satisfaction and retention.
Vecchiolla joined Williams Scotsman in 2002 as vice president of marketing and corporate communications. Previously, he was president of the Bradley Media Group, a full-service advertising agency that he founded and managed. He has served as a board member of the Modular Building Institute and is an active member in several other professional associations.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun