Terex appoints director for rough terrain cranes

By Troy Geisler04 October 2016

Suresh Natarajan, director of product management, Rough Terrain Cranes.

Suresh Natarajan, director of product management, Rough Terrain Cranes.

Terex Cranes has appointed Suresh Natarajan as director of product management, rough terrain cranes.

This appointment is part of a new product engineering, development and management approach. The company said that this strategy better aligns the company’s resources toward a more efficient design and development process that fosters innovation, increases crane quality and reliability, and speeds up product development and introduction to the market.

Natarajan returns to Terex Cranes from a multinational crane equipment manufacturer to lead product development and strategy efforts globally for Terex rough terrain cranes. Natarajan offers eight years of experience in the crane industry and was director of global electrical engineering prior to departing Terex in 2011. Before returning in early September, he was director of global engineering services.

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