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Terex Utilities Appoints New VP and General Manager

May 15, 2017 - Press Release

Terex Utilities has appointed Clint Weber to vice president and general manager. In this role, Weber will have overall responsibility for leading the worldwide Terex Utilities business.

Weber joined Terex in 2006, and most recently held the position of vice president/general manager of the Aerial Work Platforms (AWP) business in Greater China. While there, Weber was instrumental in driving acceptance and market growth for Aerial Work Platforms while increasing production volumes and business performance.  Prior to that, he held a variety of leadership roles within the AWP business based in Redmond, Wash.

“I’m excited to be a part of the Terex Utilities team and to help provide innovative and productive solutions that help our customers keep the lights on for millions of people across the nation,” Weber said.

“We are very pleased to welcome Clint to the Utilities team,” said Steve Filipov, president, Terex Cranes. “Terex Utilities is an important part of Terex and Clint will continue to lead the business focusing on listening, responding and delivering innovative solutions with speed to our customers.”

Weber will be based from the Terex Utilities facilities in Watertown, S.D.

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