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Movers & shakers

Wednesday, 29 August 2018 ( #887 )
Treadwell
Treadwell
Redmond, WA, United States Matt Treadwell has been named the new Genie vice president of parts and services for Terex AWP. In this new role, Treadwell will work alongside the Terex global parts and services teams to oversee parts and services activities worldwide for the Terex AWP business segment, driven by the Genie brand. He will lead all commercial and operational aspects of the parts business, including parts sales, parts marketing, parts pricing and analytics, e-commerce, materials and distribution, as well as all aspects of the aftermarket services business. Treadwell is based at the business's headquarters in Redmond, Washington, USA. Treadwell joins Terex after two decades with PACCAR, most recently as parts general marketing manager for the USD3.3 billion aftermarket parts division. He holds an MBA in Marketing and Finance from Pennsylvania State University and a Bachelor's degree in Business - Marketing and Finance from the University of Washington. Aschaffenburg, Germany After roughly six years at Linde Material Handling, Sabine Neuß, currently chief operating officer with responsibility for production, is leaving the company by mutual agreement to pursue new professional challenges. The Supervisory Board of Linde Material Handling GmbH will decide on her successor very soon. "We would like to thank Ms Neuß for the contribution she has made to Linde and the KION Group, and wish her all the best for her future career," says Christian Harm, chairman of the Linde Material Handling Supervisory Board.
Phillips
Phillips
Helsinki, Finland Scott Phillips has been appointed president of Hiab business area as of 1 October 2018. He will be a member of the Cargotec executive board and report to CEO Mika Vehviläinen. Phillips joins Cargotec from General Electric where he holds the position of vice president and CEO - Mining. Prior to that, he has, during his 28 years' career, held various global leadership positions in the construction and mining industries, working for Sandvik and Caterpillar Inc., among others. Phillips replaces Roland Sundén, who will take up a corporate development role in Cargotec as of 1 October, continuing to report to Vehviläinen and as a member of the Cargotec Executive Board.