Manitou Adds Three To Product Management

By Mike Osenga09 May 2018

Manitou Group has announced three new members to its North American leadership team. Don Vollmar has been named vice president of engineering, Todd Miorin as senior director – program management and Jeffrey Weido as senior director – product management and marketing.

Vollmar most recently worked at CNH Industrial and has held positions at John Deere, Peterbilt and Kohler. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point.

Miorin joins Manitou Group with a focus on implementing strategic programs within the compact equipment division. He was most recently director of product innovation at Contech Engineered Solutions and was also with JLG Industries, Inc. where he was the senior director of the Caterpillar Alliance Group.

Weido, new senior director of product management and marketing, will lead the product management, marketing and training teams  Weido will steer the product-to-market team and supporting customers through training and marketing. He was most recently president and co-founder i2A, a product/marketing consulting cooperative startup, partnering with companies such as Terex/Genie, JLG and Generac. Prior to i2A, Weido served as the director of marketing for Genie/Terex.

“These new leadership roles are essential to achieving the priorities laid out in Manitou Group’s five-year strategic plan,” said Rick Alton, president of CEP division for Manitou Group. “Over the next five years we are making significant investments in improving our value proposition for our customers. We are expanding our product and service offerings, strengthening our teams and driving quality and performance through innovation, digitalization and transformation.”

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