Link-Belt reorganizes for New Year

By Sarah Ann McCay04 January 2013

Bill Stramer, Link-Belt

Bill Stramer, Link-Belt

US crane manufacturer Link-Belt Corporation re-organized operations ahead of the New Year to combine its Service Parts and Transportation/Distribution/PDC Warehouse business groups.

The two groups have been combined into one newly titled organization named Service Parts and Logistics. The new group will manage all of the day-to-day parts activities along with Link-Belt whole goods and parts logistics efforts. Paul Campbell will lead this new organization as manager of Service Parts and Logistics.

Campbell brings to the role 23 years of experience working with Link-Belt. Previous responsibilities have seen him working in transportation and parts distribution and warehousing management.

The new Service Parts and Logistics group will be part of the Marketing, Sales and Customer Support organization, headed by vice president, Bill Stramer.

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