New Parts & Services President For Terex

By Mike Osenga02 May 2018

Terex Corp. has named of Boris Schoepplein as president, Terex Parts & Services, based in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, effective June 1, 2018. He will report to John L. Garrison, president and CEO of Terex, and serve on the company’s executive leadership team.

Schoepplein comes to Terex from AGCO Corp., where for the past 12 years he held senior leadership roles in parts and services. Since 2015, he served as vice president, Global Parts & EAME Aftersales and Services. In that role, he held P&L responsibility for AGCO’s global parts business as well as the commercial and technical services business in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Prior to that, he was vice president, parts, initially for EAME and APAC, and then for global & EAME. Earlier, he was director in AGCO’s strategy & integration team.

“Parts & Services is one of the three priority areas of the Execute to Win element of the Terex strategy. Boris will play an integral role in driving the Parts and Services component of our strategy, across all of our business segments worldwide, to help us grow the business and achieve our goal of becoming the industry leader in customer satisfaction,” Garrison said.

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