Manitowoc's Ted Bratthauar to retire

By Laura Hatton15 February 2013

Ted Bratthauar will retire from Manitowoc Cranes after more than 30 years

Ted Bratthauar will retire from Manitowoc Cranes after more than 30 years

Ted Bratthauar, VP of purchasing at Manitowoc Cranes, has announced his retirement from the company.

Bratthauar has been at Manitowoc for more than 30 years, working in sales, marketing, procurement and general management for several Manitowoc brands.

He began his career with Grove in 1981 as director of purchasing and later went on to hold titles such as VP of sales for Manlift; VP of manufacturing and materials; VP of customer support worldwide and general manager at National Crane.

Following his retirement, Mary O’Toole will be appointed as VP of purchasing.

Speaking on his move, Bratthauar said, “I have truly enjoyed working for a living, and I look forward to living and not working for it."

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