Established in 1941, Machinery Dealers National Association (MDNA) Elects 38th President

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Joe Lundvick, of Perfection Global, LLC, was elected President of the Machinery Dealers National Association at the MDNA’s Annual Meeting this year.

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Shortly after being elected President, Mr. Lundvick thanked the many members of the association and noted “I am humbled to be elected President of the MDNA, and look forward to serving and giving back to the organization that has given so much to me and our company, Perfection Global.” Mr. Lundvick added “I look to continue the MDNA’s focus on helping US manufacturers succeed and stay competitive in the worldwide manufacturing arena.”

Mr. Lundvick is a Certified Equipment Appraiser (CEA) and is a licensed auctioneer. He has been involved in evaluating, buying, and selling used industrial assets around the world for more than 25 years. As COO/Partner at Perfection Global, LCC, he has worked with his partners and staff to ensure that Perfection maintains its position as one of the largest and most respected used machinery dealers & industrial auctioneer firms in the world. In business since 1963, Perfection Global also delivers Surplus Asset Management Services to small job shops as well as Fortune 100 manufacturers.
http://www.PerfectionGlobal.com

The Machinery Dealers National Association (MDNA) is an international nonprofit trade association, established in 1941 to promote the used machinery industry. Today, the MDNA boasts more than 400 member companies in 12 regional chapters worldwide. For buyers of used machinery and used capital equipment, the MDNA is there to assure the integrity and reliability of the machinery dealers, auctioneers, and appraisers that make up the association.
http://www.mdna.org

The MDNA also has a subsidiary, the Association of Machinery and Equipment Appraisers (AMEA). The AMEA is a nonprofit professional association whose mission is to accredit certified equipment appraisers. Through the promotion of standards of professional practice, ethical conduct, and market-based experience, the AMEA and its members have continued to thrive. Over its 31 year history, the AMEA has grown to include 300 accredited and certified equipment appraiser members from around the world.
http://www.amea.org

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