Executive changes underway at Terex Corporation

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Tim Ford, president of Terex Cranes, is leaving the company, opening the door for  Ken Lousberg, currently president of Terex China, to take over his role, parent company Terex Corporation announced on Wednesday.

In addition to retaining responsibility for operations in China, Lousberg will be in charge of the company's Latin American operations.

Terex will hire a country leader for China to help coordinate business in the there. The new hire will report to Lousberg, who has held various senior management positions in Terex since joining the company in 2002 with the acquisition of Genie.

The company also named George Ellis as senior vice president of operations planning and president for Terex Construction. In addition to retaining his current responsibilities overseeing government programs and operations in India for Terex Construction, Ellis will assume global responsibility for the Terex Business System, sourcing, transportation, logistics and manufacturing footprint.

Ellis also joined Terex through the Genie acquisition in 2002 and has held several senior management positions at various Terex operations.

Scott Hensel, currently vice president of Terex Services North America, was named to the newly created position of vice president and managing director of Terex Utilities and Services reporting to Lousberg.

In addition to his current responsibility for managing and growing the North American services business, Hensel also will have management responsibility for the Terex Utilities business.

Hensel was previously a partner at McKinsey & Company. He joined Terex in 2014 to improve and grow the Terex Services North America business.

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