Multiple moves at the Crosby Group

By Laura Hatton15 July 2013

The Crosby Group, based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA, a manufacturer of accessories for lifting and material handling applications, has announced several new additions and promotions.

New to the team is Andy Vogl who will be vice president of sales with worldwide responsibility. Vogl has more than 30 years of experience in sales. Prior to his new role he was vice president of sales at Danaher in its motion and control businesses.

Also new to the company is Bob Pridgen, who has been appointed as director of supply chain. Pridgen will have global co-ordination responsibility for all procurement and sourcing activity and Crosby’s warehousing operations.

Donna DeWitt has joined the company as director of operational excellence and quality. DeWitt takes responsibility for the global co-ordination of quality resources.

Bob Myers has taken the role of block and sheave product specialist. Myers will be responsible for sales and marketing support for Crosby’s distribution partners, OEMs and end users.

Jeff Ferchen has been promoted to the role of national sales manager USA. He takes responsibility for co-ordinating all Crosby Group sales activity.

Curt Jabben has also been promoted to director of engineered product sales. In his new position Jabben will oversee and administer the sales process that requires additional engineering, specialisation or modification.

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