Bammel new digital VP for JLG, Jerr-Dan

By Mike Brezonick13 May 2021

JLG Industries, Inc., an Oshkosh Corp. company and global manufacturer of mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) and telehandlers, announced that David Bammel has been named vice president of Digital Technology for Oshkosh Corp.’s Access segment, which includes JLG aerial lifts and material handling equipment and Jerr-Dan towing and recovery equipment. In this role, Bammel will be responsible for the development and execution of a digital vision and strategy for each brand. Bammel will be based out of the company’s offices in Hagerstown, Md.

David Bammel David Bammel, vice president of digital technology for Oshkosh Corporation’s Access segment,

“David is a thought-leader in the digital space, recognized for accelerating growth and advancing corporate strategic objectives across multiple disciplines, departments and industry segments,” said Frank Nerenhausen, Oshkosh Corp. executive vice president and president of the company’s Access Segment. “We are pleased to have his expertise to drive our technology-enabled business transformation. His efforts will support future growth, while continuing to accelerate digitization across the company.”

Bammel joins the JLG and Jerr-Dan teams with more than 25 years of digital technology, business transformation and applied technology experience, including positions within manufacturing environments and in global locations. Most recently, he was senior vice president at GCP Applied Technologies His past experience also includes serving as director of information Technology for AGCO, a global manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment.

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