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Terex appoints new EMEAR product manager for Genie.

Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP) has appointed Zach Gilmor as the Genie product manager, Terex AWP, for the Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia region (EMEAR).

Gilmor succeeds Christine Zeznick, who is relocating to the US to take the position of Genie senior product manager and business development manager, Telematics, Terex AWP.

In his new position, Zach will be based at the Terex global headquarters in Schaffhausen, Switzerland.

Zach Gilmor is responsible for identifying opportunities for the differentiation of Genie products, services, and solutions, and the development of new products and offerings for the EMEAR market.

Primarily, Zach is responsible for deployment of the global strategy surrounding hybrid power systems in Genie products.

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Terex AWP will employ Zach's experience in the development and engineering of hybrid power systems to bring to market the next generation of mobile elevated work platforms (MEWPs) that meet the demand for high performance, high rROIC, and clean power generation.

Gilmor will also work closely with the product management team in Redmond and other key functions in EMEAR to develop and drive the execution of the Genie product strategy.

Since joining Genie in 2008, Zach has held positions within design engineering for product development of the Genie SX-180 and Z-62/40 booms, and as chief engineer on the development of the Genie Z-60/37 FE and DC booms lifts.

Since 2016, he served as associate product manager responsible for mid-size booms, such as the Genie S-45 to S-85 booms and Z-60 to Z-80 booms.

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