Lawson Named IPAF President

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JLG VP and managing director for Europe, Africa and the Middle East, Wayne Lawson, was elected as president of the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF). Lawson has more than 25 years of experience in the powered access industry. Since joining JLG in 2001, he has been instrumental in the development of JLG’s business in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. In this role, he has led the cross-functional leadership team, in addition to his responsibilities in the areas of market development, sales and product support. Lawson also has worked collaboratively with the leaders of the other functional areas in developing and strengthening the JLG brand, while also positioning the organization in the region.

Lawson outlined three goals for his term as IPAF president: extension of the global footprint of IPAF, addressing challenges of developing the training program in emerging markets, and improving communication between the IPAF board, council, members and industry.
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