Andy Vogl joins The Crosby Group

By Sarah Ann McCay11 July 2013

Andy Vogl, vice president sales, The Crosby Group

Andy Vogl, vice president sales, The Crosby Group

Crane accessories manufacturer The Crosby Group has made a number of senior management appointments and promotions.

Andy Vogl has joined the group as vice president sales, responsible for Crosby Group sales on a global basis.

Mr Vogl brings more than 30 years experience to the role, and most recently serves as vice president of sales for Danaher Corporation for the motion and control businesses.

Bob Pridgen has joined The Crosby Group as director - supply chain. He is responsible for all procurement and sourcing activity including suppliers, inter and intra facility logistics, and Crosby’s warehousing operations. He joins The Crosby Group from the Hilti Corporation.

Donna DeWitt has been appointed as director of operational excellence and quality for The Crosby Group. She will be responsible for the global coordination of quality resources and programmes. Ms DeWitt is a Six Sigma black belt and joins Crosby from Paccar Winch.

Meanwhile, Jeff Ferchen has been promoted to the role of national sales manager US for The Crosby Group, with responsibility for coordinating all Crosby Group sales activity for the US sales team and distribution partners. Mr Ferchen previously serves as Crosby’s northwest regional manager.

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