Cummins; Maxim Crane Works; Toyota Material Handling; Trail King

Jul. 03, 2022

Cummins, Columbus, Ind.: Norbert Nusterer, vice president and president of Power Systems, one of the company’s five business segments, is leaving Cummins after 25 years with the company. Jenny Bush, who is currently vice president, Cummins Sales and Service – North America, will assume the role of president – Power Systems, effective upon Nusterer's departure from that role on Aug. 1.

Maxim Crane Works, Wilder, Ky.: Monty Glover has been named regional vice president, Mid-Atlantic region. Glover has more than 26 years of experience at Maxim Crane Works and is responsible for operations in Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina branches. Also, Rob Schultz has been named regional vice president, Midwest region. Schultz has more than 36 years of experience with Maxim Crane and most recently led the national crawler division since 2005; Paul Preziosi has been named regional vice president, Northeast region. Preziosi has more than 29 years of experience in the crane industry and most recently served as vice president of the Boston sub-region; Greg Bellcoff has been named regional vice president, Mountain West region. He has more than 28 years of experience in the crane industry and most recently was vice president of sales in the Pacific Northwest region; Mark Swaney leads the west region as regional vice president responsible for branch operations in California and Arizona; Kenneth Lookingbill continues as regional vice president, central region, overseeing operations for the Texas and Louisiana branches; and Frank Fioravanti continues to lead the Florida region as regional vice president with operational oversight of five branches in the state.

Toyota Material Handling, Columbus, Ind.: Daniel Schumacher has been named to the company’s executive team as new director of information technology (IT). Schumacher joins Toyota from Komatsu, where he served as global director of IT applications and digital innovation. He has more than 20 years of IT experience with previous roles in various technological pathways.

Trail King, Mitchell, S.D.: Kelly Menz has been promoted to vice president of engineering. Menz will step into his new role with the retirement of current vice president of engineering, John Rust. Menz joined Trail King in 1999 and has been involved in the design and development of many Trail King products.

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