Sauvage Named VP, CFO of LBX

Mon September 08, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


LBX Company, makers of Link-Belt excavators, has named Eric Sauvage as its new vice president and chief financial officer.

Sauvage replaces Tom Roberts, who has served as vice president and CFO of LBX Company since 2000. Roberts will be retiring Oct. 1.

Sauvage joins LBX with 19 years of experience in various key management positions in both North America and Europe in the agricultural, construction equipment and financial services industries. Most recently, Sauvage served as controller for construction equipment product development of CNH Global N.V. Before joining CNH, Sauvage spent five years with GTE Directories in financial operations roles, including business development.

“Mr. Sauvage is bringing us a depth of global experience,” said Robert Harvell, president of LBX Company. “We are pleased to welcome someone with such qualifications to our LBX team.”




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