JLG Leadership Alignment to Meet Global Market Needs

Fri March 04, 2011 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


JLG Industries Inc., is realigning its sales, market development and customer support leadership roles to enable an increased focus on the unique markets in which it serves.

Tim Morris has been appointed senior vice president - sales, market development and customer support - Americas, assuming responsibility for North, Central and South America. Morris joined JLG in 1992 and has held multiple management positions in various geographic regions.

Rick Alton has been appointed vice president - sales, market development and customer support, international assuming responsibility for EAME, Asia and Australia. Alton began his career in 1997 and also has held multiple management positions in the organization.

“The access business is expanding geographically and in complexity,” said Wilson Jones, Oshkosh Corporation executive vice president and president of Access Equipment and JLG Industries Inc.

“The JLG Reaching Out program philosophy to make sure every customer gets the highest standard of product and services has enabled us to lead the way in markets around the world. This new structure will allow JLG to better implement market-appropriate strategies in these regions that are in varying stages of development. Tim and Rick have demonstrated their ability to successfully develop strong customer relationships and drive strategic initiatives globally.”

For more information, visit www.jlg.com.




Today's top stories

Lane Leads $135M Sunscoast Parkway Extension

VIDEO: New York's Plan to Replace Aging I-81 Viaduct in Syracuse Finally Comes into Focus

Allied Industrial Partners Acquires Cat Entertainment Services

Solid Performance in Second Quarter for Volvo Construction Equipment

Brasfield & Gorrie Brings Grandview Project to Life

Hills Machinery Opens ReNew Centers at Three Branches

S.C. Congresswoman Mace Tours May-RHI, Talks Infrastructure Plan, Industry Concerns

Highway Cap Over I-95 at Philly's Penn's Landing Delayed Another Two Years


 






ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo