Juhren and Beals promoted at Morrow Equipment

By D.Ann Shiffler19 June 2020

Juhren, Beals take on new leadership roles at Morrow Equipment.

Morrow Equipment has named Peter Juhren president and COO of the Oregon, USA-based tower crane company and Mark Beals has been promoted to vice president and CFO.

Peter Juhren Portrait

Peter Juhren, president and COO, Morrow Equipment

Juhren joined Morrow in 1980 as a service technician trainee and worked his way up to district service manager before managing Morrow’s global service operations as corporate service manager starting in 1994, and as vice president of operations in 2015.

MarkBeals

Mark Beals, vice president and CFO, Morrow Equipment

Juhren is the incoming president of the board of the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO), and past chairman of the ASME B30.3 subcommittee on tower cranes. He has also served on the CDAC committee for crane safety with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

In his new role, Juhren will be responsible for overseeing the management of the company going forward, working with the Board of Directors to continue Morrow’s vision to remain adaptive to the industry changes and maintain Morrow’s position as “the leader in the industry,” the company said. 

Mark Beals has been promoted to vice president and CFO. Previously Morrow’s controller, Beals graduated from the University of Colorado in 1993 with a degree in accounting and joined Deloitte as an auditor. Beals started his career with Morrow in 1995 as accounting manager and became a CPA after passing the exams in 1997. He was promoted to the position of controller in 2001.

 

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