NMHG Positions Americas Team for Continuing Success

All changes will take effect Jan. 1, 2015, and serve to support efforts to grow the Americas business.

Tue December 30, 2014 - National Edition
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NACCO Materials Handling Group (NMHG) announced the promotion and shifted responsibilities of several company leaders. These changes follow the recently announced promotion of Chuck Pascarelli to president, Americas. All changes, including Pascarelli’s, will take effect Jan. 1, 2015, and serve to support efforts to grow the Americas business.

NMHG’s existing President of Sales, Americas, David Furman, will maintain his current title and direct reports while expanding his areas of responsibility to include the marketing and the leasing and remarketing functions. As previously announced on Dec. 4, Pat DeSutter, director of fleet management, has been promoted to the position of vice president of fleet, service and aftermarket. Vice President of Finance Ray Ulmer will maintain his current role while also assuming overall responsibility for human resources. Pascarelli’s remaining direct reports will continue with their current responsibilities.

“Like everything we do at NMHG, these organizational changes are focused on advancing the market and meeting the needs of our customers,” said Pascarelli. “I am proud to lead what I believe is the best team in the business and to build upon our already strong track record of quality, innovation and unsurpassed service.”




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