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Terex Announces New Branch Managers

May 06, 2016 - Press Release

Terex named new branch managers to oversee its Service Center operations. Jeremy Dehnel joins the Terex team as Branch Manager in the Waukesha, Wis., location, and Chad Rudebusch takes over as Branch Manager in the Watertown, S.D., location. As branch managers, Dehnel and Rudebusch will support all Terex Utilities products and services to a wide-range of customers, including investor-owned utilities, electric cooperatives, municipalities and utility contractors.

“Both Jeremy and Chad bring unique skill sets and experiences to the Branch Manager role,” said Terex Director of Operations, Richard Gunderman. “As we continue to develop innovative product offerings, services and programs to meet the growing needs of utility customers, Jeremy and Chad will both play an extremely important role in growing our opportunities in the marketplace.”

Dehnel joins Terex from the aerial work platforms sales market. He has five years of operational experience, and he supplied temporary structural support for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. In this new role, he will be responsible for the service offering and team at the Terex Service Center in Waukesha. Dehnel can be reached at 262.547.8500 or via e-mail at jeremy.dehnel@terex.com.

Rudebusch comes into the Branch Manager role with more than 18 years of experience with Terex, ranging from operations to sales. He most recently served as Inside Sales Manager. As Branch Manager, Rudebusch will be responsible for the team and the service at the Terex Service Center in Watertown. He can be reached at 605.520.2107 or by e-mail at chad.rudebusch@terex.com.

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