Manitowoc Company Announces Management Transition

Tuesday, May 01, 2007
The Manitowoc Company, Inc. announced that the company’s board of directors has elected Glen E. Tellock, as president and chief executive officer, effective immediately. Tellock succeeds Terry D. Growcock, 61, who will remain chairman of the board of directors through 2008. Tellock was also appointed to serve on the board for a term that expires in 2008. Prior to being named CEO, Tellock had been senior vice president of The Manitowoc Company and president of Manitowoc Crane Group since 2002. Growcock had been the company’s president and chief executive officer since 1998 and has served as chairman of the board since October 2002. He has also been a director since 1998.
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