Doosan Portable Power names new president

By Murray Pollok13 November 2013

Doosan's G125 genset fitted with the extreme weather 'Tundra package'.

Doosan's G125 genset fitted with the extreme weather 'Tundra package'.

Mike Ballweber has been named president of Doosan Portable Power, replacing former president Shawn Sweet who had been in the position since February 2008. Doosan gave no reason for the change.

Mr Ballweber joins the Portable Power business from sister company Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment (DICE), where his most recent position was vice president of product management, North America and Oceania regions.

He joined Bobcat in 1998, and has experience in areas including sales, product management, dealer development, inventory planning and customer support.

Scott Park, president and CEO of DICE North America, Oceania, Europe, Middle East and Africa, said; “Mike's leadership and extensive knowledge of the market will have a positive impact for our employees, dealers and customers."

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