Construction equipment: Doosan Portable Power Appoints New President

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Statesville, NC -- Doosan announced that Mike Ballweber has been named President of Doosan Portable Power, replacing former President Shawn Sweet. Ballweber most recently held the position of Vice President of Product Management for Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment (DICE), North America and Oceania regions. He joined Bobcat Company (a DICE brand) in 1998, and he has extensive experience in operations; sales, product management and quality management; dealer development; demand and inventory planning; and customer support. In particular, Ballweber brings a great deal of experience surrounding Tier 4 Final transitioning.

“We are committed to continuing our market leadership in portable power and delivering the products and service our dealer network and customers have come to expect,” said Scott Park, President and CEO of DICE North America, Oceania, Europe, Middle East and Africa. “Mike’s leadership and extensive knowledge of the market will have a positive impact for our employees, dealers and customers.”

Ballweber holds a bachelor's degree in Marketing from Minnesota State University Moorhead and a master's in Business Administration from Indiana University.

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