Terex Construction appoints new UK general manager

Published:  04 May, 2016

Global equipment solutions provider, Terex Construction, has appointed Gregg Horne to the role of general manager for its UK facility in Coventry. With more than 28 years’ experience within the Terex group – spanning the Fuchs, Powertrain and Trucks divisions – Horne brings a wealth of experience from across the construction industry.

Committed to further driving global growth of Terex Construction’s market-leading range of site dumpers, backhoe loaders and compaction rollers, Horne will use his extensive experience to lead the Coventry facility and closely monitor market trends to exceed customer expectations. This will include an emphasis on further expanding the Terex distributor network to increase global product access and ensure the highest possible levels of customer satisfaction.

Horne takes up the mantle from Neal Nowick, who moves to a new role as General Manager of Terex Environmental Equipment in the USA. Commenting on his successor, Nowick said: “With nearly three decades’ experience within the Terex group, Mr Horne has an exceptional record in leading operations and pushing the boundaries of possibility. With a strong pipeline of new products and ongoing R&D activity, Terex Construction’s Coventry operations will continue to grow. Mr Horne will play a key role in this journey, leading global strategy and further expanding the brand’s market share worldwide.”

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