Power Climber Launches New Organizational Structure

Words: Dan KamysPower Climber Launches New Organizational Structure

Power Climber, a division of SafeWorks LLC, announced a new organizational structure and improved product, designed to revitalize the brand and promote future growth. Power Climber is supporting the best dealer network in the powered access industry by restructuring its management team.

In conjunction with the announcement, three senior leaders have been appointed to key positions:

• Mike Russell, eight-year Power Climber veteran and president-elect of the Scaffold & Access Industry Association (SAIA), now oversees the sales and business management functions responsible for increasing sale coverage and driving operational excellence throughout the United States.

• Colby Hubler, key account manager, brings more than 10 years of scaffold and access industry experience, taking on the dealership relationships.

• Teresa Kinney, regional sales manager, puts more than eight successful years of experience to use sharing sales responsibility for the dealership network.

In addition to the management restructure, Power Climber is investing in the refreshment of several of its key products. First and foremost is the revitalization of its signature PC1 traction hoist. The new and improved model marries the trusted PC1’s breech reeving capability with the proven low voltage performance of the newest models. With the deepest voltage operating range on the market and the easy-to-replace motherboard, the new PC1 manages poor power better than the competition. For more details, check out the brochure at www.powerclimber.com/pdfs/PC1_Oct_2012_Final_Web.pdf.

Liz Callahan has been a recognized leader within the suspended scaffolding industry and a great contributor to SafeWorks and to the industry as a whole through participation for a number of years. She has recently decided to leave the company in pursuit of other opportunities.

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