CNH Appoints Vice President, Construction Equipment Europe

Wed April 07, 2010 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


CNH has appointed Henrik Starup as vice president, Construction Equipment Europe. Reporting to James E. McCullough, president and CEO of CNH Construction Equipment Business, Starup is responsible for further developing and strengthening the Case Construction Equipment and the New Holland Construction brands positioning in the marketplace.

“I am very pleased to welcome Henrik to the leadership role of our European construction equipment organization,” said McCullough. “He comes with a strong cross-cultural background and an extensive experience built in the sales, marketing and dealer development areas that demonstrate his ability to lead with confidence and successfully grow the construction equipment business. I am confident that he will build effectively on the respective heritage and strengths of Case Construction Equipment and New Holland Construction, leading our two brands to future growth and continued success.”

Starup joins CNH from IVECO, and brings to his new role more than 20 years experience in sales and marketing gained through leadership positions held in Denmark, the Nordic countries, Germany and at European level for the heavy, medium and light line. Most recently, he was general manager of the German market, building IVECO’s exposure and market share in this country.




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