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  • Title: AEM | Newsroom - News Releases -- AEM elects 2012 officers
    Descriptive info: .. About.. |.. Calendar.. Contact.. Pictorials.. Member Product Locator.. Login.. Membership.. Join AEM.. Membership Information.. Request Membership Information.. Member Services/Benefits.. Member Directory.. Maximize Your Membership Value.. AEM Logos for Member Usage.. Online AEM Membership Renewals for Associate and Mid-Level Members.. AEM Groups.. Complete Group List.. Boards and Board-Level Committees.. Product-Specific Groups.. Statistics Groups.. Technical Groups.. Job-Specific Groups.. By Industry Sector.. Agriculture Groups.. Construction Groups.. Forestry Groups.. Mining Groups.. Utility Groups.. News.. Newsroom.. News Releases.. AEM Fact Sheet.. AEM Hall of Fame.. Industry News.. All Industry News Articles.. Manufacturing.. U.. S.. Economy / Markets.. International Economy / Markets.. Public Policy / Government Relations.. Construction / Infrastructure.. International Construction / Infrastructure.. Advisor Newsletters.. AEM Advisor.. Advisor D.. C.. 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Statistics Conference..  ...   of Directors, led by the officers, sets the guidelines and operating policies of AEM on behalf of members in areas including public policy, equipment statistics and market information, trade shows, technical and product safety support, global business development, education/training, workforce development, and worksite safety/educational materials.. Chair.. Russell Fowler.. Krone NA Inc.. Vice Chair.. Stuart Levenick.. Caterpillar Inc.. Treasurer.. Brian Kober.. Komatsu America Corporation.. Secretary.. Dennis Slater.. Association of Equipment Manufacturers.. AG Sector Board Chair.. Robert Kolb.. GEA Farm Technologies Inc.. CE Sector Board Chair.. Richard Patek.. Astec Industries Inc.. Editor s Note: For photos of 2012 Officers, contact Pat Monroe (414-298-4123,.. pmonroe@aem.. org.. ).. AEM is the North American-based international trade group providing innovative business development resources to advance the off-road equipment manufacturing industry in the global marketplace.. AEM membership comprises more than 800 companies and 200-plus product lines in the agriculture, construction, forestry, mining and utility sectors worldwide.. AEM is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with offices in the world capitals of Washington, D.. , Ottawa, Beijing and a European presence in Brussels.. News Release list.. Media Staff Contact.. Pat Monroe.. 414-298-4123.. Featured Resources.. Staff Directory.. Calendar of Upcoming Events.. 2012 Annual Report.. Public Policy.. AEM regularly communicates industry views to congressional leaders.. View Communications with Congress.. AEM has an ownership role in and/or manages major industry expositions to extend the value of membership.. View All Trade Shows.. The AEM Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding industry leaders for their contributions which have helped the off-road equipment industry contribute to improved quality of life and economic productivity worldwide.. Learn More.. Follow AEM on Twitter.. AEM is on Twitter as.. @aemadvisor.. Follow us for AEM and industry news updates, public policy developments and more.. Follow Us.. Home.. Share.. Print.. Email Alerts.. Follow @aemadvisor.. 2013 AEM.. Advertise.. Privacy.. Industry Sectors.. Agriculture.. Construction.. Forestry.. Mining.. Utility.. Site Links.. Global Business Development.. Safety, Regulatory Technical.. Market Information.. Locations.. Headquarters.. FAX /strong 202.. 898.. 9068">AEM D.. AEM Canada.. AEM China.. 6737 West Washington Street.. Suite 2400.. Milwaukee, WI 53214-5647.. TEL.. 414.. 272.. 0943.. FAX.. 1170.. EMAIL.. aem@aem..

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  • Title: AEM | Newsroom - News Releases -- AEM Hall of Fame announces 2011 inductees
    Descriptive info: AEM Hall of Fame announces 2011 inductees.. Off-road equipment industry leaders honored.. The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) announces new inductees into the AEM Hall of Fame, which recognizes and honors the accomplishments of those who have led the off-road equipment industry and contributed to its growth.. The latest inductees into the AEM Hall of Fame are:.. Don Landoll, Chairman, Landoll Corporation.. Elton Long, Vice President Construction Equipment Engineering Worldwide, Case Construction Equipment.. Since 1993, the Hall has recognized industry leaders, inventors and visionaries as one way to highlight the contributions of the off-road equipment industry, specifically its people, to economic prosperity and quality of life.. Inductees are examples to the leaders of tomorrow, who will build on their successes and continue their legacy of service.. Companies or individuals can submit nominations, and a panel of industry judges evaluates the submissions on the basis of five guiding principles: Innovation, Industry Contributions, Leadership, Corporate Citizenship/Social Responsibility, and Sustainability.. Since its inception in 1993, more than 35 industry leaders have been inducted into the Hall of Fame.. For more information go online to.. www.. aemHallofFame.. com.. Printed below are summaries about the two 2011 AEM Hall of Fame inductees.. Don Landoll.. Don Landoll was born an inventor and has designed and manufactured innovative machinery.. In 1963 he opened a welding, blacksmith, and radiator repair shop.. In 1967 the production of agricultural products with the Landoll brand began.. By 1970, Don had designed and patented a unique, innovative trailer which eventually changed the way many transport companies conducted their business.. This trailer was capable of ground loading and off-loading equipment, and was known as the traveling axle.. Under Don s leadership, the company continues to improve and expand its product lines.. Landoll offers products for many segments construction, agriculture, towing, forklift and military.. Landoll is the largest  ...   the Father of the Backhoe.. He earned 46 patents during his career for designing and improving equipment, but he is best known for designing and producing the first integrated tractor loader/backhoe for Case Construction Equipment.. The machine provided improved quality and operating efficiencies, taking on tasks once done by hand, and manufacturing efficiencies, since machines did not need to be retrofitted.. Long built an enduring legacy of innovation and success that continues influencing the construction equipment industry today.. His leadership and career are well illustrated by Case s production, between 1957 and 1960, of 11 different models totaling almost 11,000 loader/backhoes.. No other previous three-year period in Case s history had seen the release of so many units, and this is credited largely to Long and his impeccable leadership of the engineering department.. As the company s vice president of engineering, Long s contributions included the hydraulic Extendahoe, an extendible dipper stick that added 2.. 5 feet to the backhoe s dig depth.. There was also the first hydraulic system for a construction machine that could be controlled from the operator s seat, the first dozer blade controlled from the operator s seat, the over-center backhoe, load stabilizers and swing mechanisms.. Long was also a decorated pilot in World War II, earning 16 Air Medals, a Purple Heart, and the Distinguished Flying Cross after flying 100 missions over Europe.. The 2011 Hall of Fame induction ceremony was conducted during the AEM Annual Conference in early November.. Pictured L-R are AEM Chair Rusty Fowler (Krone NA), Hall of Famer Gary Godbersen (GOMACO), Inductee Don Landoll and Hall of Famer Ron DeFeo (Terex).. Pictured L-R are AEM Chair Rusty Fowler (Krone NA), Hall of Famer Gary Godbersen (GOMACO), Case representatives G.. A.. (Sandy) Mill and and Michael Unrein , and Hall of Famer Ron DeFeo (Terex)..

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  • Title: AEM | Newsroom - News Releases -- AEM applauds Congress for approving Free Trade Agreements
    Descriptive info: 10/13/2011.. AEM applauds Congress for approving Free Trade Agreements.. AEM and its member companies applaud the Congress for taking bipartisan action on the Free Trade Agreements for Colombia, Panama and Korea.. The House of Representatives and the Senate both voted on Wednesday to approve the measures which will now go to the president for his signature.. "Not only will these agreements help level the playing field for U.. manufacturers, increasing their global competitiveness, but there is widespread agreement that these export agreements will help job growth and boost our overall economy," said Dennis Slater, President of AEM.. "High tariffs on U.. exports have stunted job growth in manufacturing and other sectors.. Seeing these agreements move forward is vital for our member companies to have the ability to compete  ...   agreements through the legislative process, Slater said.. We look forward to seeing final passage and a presidential signature on the legislation.. About I Make America -.. imakeamerica.. I Make America is supported by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) and its 850+ member companies representing 200-plus product lines in the agriculture, construction, forestry, mining and utility sectors worldwide.. We are joined by the memberships of like-minded associations, American business owners, and citizens and local elected officials across the nation.. About the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) -.. aem.. AEM membership comprises more than 850 companies and more than 200 product lines in the agriculture, construction, forestry, mining and utility sectors worldwide.. AEM is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with offices in the capitals of Washington, D.. Rich Jefferson.. 414-298-4122..

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  • Title: AEM | Newsroom - News Releases -- AEM commends White House for action on export agreements
    Descriptive info: 10/4/2011.. AEM commends White House for action on export agreements.. AEM and its member companies commend the White House for taking action on the Export Agreements for Colombia, Panama and Korea.. The White House has transmitted the implementing legislation for the FTAs to Congress.. "These three pro-American export policies are the most important trade legislation to come before Congress in years," said Dennis Slater, President of AEM.. "Eliminating the high tariffs placed on American manufactured  ...   to better compete against foreign competition in these vital markets.. ".. As a critical initiative of AEM s I Make America campaign, the association will work directly and with its industry partners to urge Congress to quickly approve these long awaited agreements.. "In this very challenging and partisan political environment, we urge Congress to show the world and millions of unemployed Americans that they can work together to improve the economy and create jobs," added Slater..

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  • Title: AEM | Newsroom - News Releases -- I Make America campaign marks first anniversary with virtual march on Washington
    Descriptive info: 9/27/2011.. I Make America campaign marks first anniversary with virtual march on Washington.. Campaign is 13k strong and growing; Virtual march pushes for much needed infrastructure investment.. The.. (AEM) and the.. campaign announce the campaign s first anniversary and thank supporters from around the country and the entire equipment manufacturing industry for their support and tireless advocacy.. To mark the occasion, I Make America is holding a Virtual March on Washington this week, and has called on its supporters to send letters, sign a petition, and call their elected officials in Congress to demand they take a stand for American jobs by passing a comprehensive, well-funded highway bill.. On September 29, 2010 in Washington, D.. ,.. AEM.. along with.. Mike Rowe.. of Discovery Channel s.. Dirty Jobs.. launched.. , a national grassroots campaign to promote manufacturing jobs through infrastructure investment and export agreements as proven ways to create and sustain jobs for American workers.. The campaign has enlisted the support of more than 13,000 people nationwide so far, AEM s 850+ member companies, and industry  ...   a well-funded, multi-year highway bill.. Their inaction is hampering American workers and manufacturers efforts to get back to work rebuilding and modernizing our roads, bridges and highways.. America s stagnant economy, high unemployment and the declining resources in our communities demand a sense of urgency from our political leaders in D.. "This week we are encouraging everyone to contact their representatives via our Virtual March on Washington to turn up the heat on Congress and demand action," continued Slater.. "We need leadership, not partisan bickering, to ensure our nation s competitiveness here and abroad, now and in the future is not threatened.. Find out more about the Virtual March on Washington by clicking.. here.. Join I Make America and send a letter to your members of Congress.. To learn more about.. , visit us at.. IMakeAmerica.. View short videos of employees and small business owners around the country telling the real life stories of how manufacturing impacts the national economy at.. ADayinAmericanLife.. Keep up-to-date on the latest.. campaign news on.. @IMakeAmerica and on.. at.. Facebook.. com/IMakeAmerica..

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  • Title: AEM | Newsroom - News Releases -- AEM names new director
    Descriptive info: 9/14/2011.. AEM names new director.. Deere & Company executive serves on board of equipment manufacturers' trade group.. Michael J.. Mack, Jr.. President Worldwide Construction Forestry Division.. Deere Company.. , President Worldwide Construction Forestry Division for Deere Company, Moline, Illinois, has been named to the Board of Directors of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), the North American-based international trade group for companies that manufacture equipment, products and services used worldwide in the agricultural, construction, forestry, mining and utility sectors.. AEM directors help set the guidelines and operating policies of the association on behalf of its members in areas including public policy representation, technical and product safety support, equipment statistics and market information, trade shows, global business development services, education and training, workforce development and worksite safety/ educational materials.. Mack has held his current position since June  ...   the Finance Division as vice president and treasurer in 2004, Mack served as senior vice president, marketing and administration for the company's Worldwide Commercial Consumer Equipment Division.. He was named senior vice president and chief financial officer of Deere Company in January 2006.. Mack is a graduate of Iowa State University with bachelor's and master's degrees in mechanical engineering, and is a registered professional engineer.. He holds a master's degree in business administration in finance, operations and statistics from the University of Chicago.. AEM is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and has offices in the world capitals of Washington, D.. ; Ottawa, Canada; and Beijing, China; with a European presence in Brussels, Belgium.. For more information on AEM and its activities, go online to.. Editor s Note: For a photo of Mack, contact Pat Monroe at 414-298-4123, email..

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  • Title: AEM | Newsroom - News Releases -- New AEM education courses: Project Management Essentials and Leading Meaningful Change
    Descriptive info: 9/13/2011.. New AEM education courses: Project Management Essentials and Leading Meaningful Change.. The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) offers new education seminars on leadership and project management, with a focus on fundamentals and best practices.. "Project Management Essentials" will be held October 18-19 and "Leading Meaningful Change" will be held October 20, both in Chicago-O'Hare, Illinois (Four Points by Sheraton).. "Project Management Essentials" is a hands-on two-day course of value to both newcomers and seasoned professionals and covers the processes, vocabulary, tools and techniques needed for success.. The second seminar is geared to a separate discipline but one that  ...   successfully use change-management strategies to become a more effective leader.. Presenter is business author, "turnaround" executive and professional trainer.. Ron Black.. , who provides results-based education and tailors his programs to meet equipment industry needs.. The programs have limited seating, and discounted fees are available for attending both events and for multiple company participants.. Check the.. education section.. of the AEM website for more details and to register.. AEM offers a variety of.. face-to-face.. education seminars and conferences as well as.. e-learning.. through webinars and webcasts.. Many AEM education programs offer CEUs- Continuing Education Credits.. For more information, visit..

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  • Title: AEM | Newsroom - News Releases -- I Make America announces winners of Picture a Better America photo contest in Washington, D.C.
    Descriptive info: 9/9/2011.. I Make America announces winners of Picture a Better America photo contest in Washington, D.. Photos make visual case to Congress for urgently needed infrastructure investment in the U.. Pictured with Dennis Slater, AEM president, and Eric Draper, photo contest judge (back row L-R) are the Picture A Better America photo contest winners (front row L-R) Julia Hoskins, Christine Perkins, Macie Perry and Nicholas Klisch.. campaign announced the four winners of the.. Picture a Better America.. Photo Contest.. honored during a congressional reception held last night in Washington, D.. on Capitol Hill.. Eric Draper.. , contest guest judge and former official White House photographer for President George W.. Bush, chose the four winning images among hundreds of submissions and presented the winners with the $250 prize during the reception.. Joined by Representatives Earl Blumenauer (D-OR-3), Tom Petri (R-WI-6), Lynn A.. Westmoreland (R-GA-3), and AEM president Dennis Slater, the category winners are:.. One Bumpy Ride:.. Julia Hoskins of Dexter, Oregon, for her photo of the poor condition of Pi ilani Highway (also known as Highway 31) in the state of Hawaii.. Julia is an employee of the Eugene Water and Electric Board.. To view her photo, click.. When We Work, Things Work:.. Nicholas Klisch of Rapid City, South Dakota, for his photo of road work on Highway 244 right in  ...   all of the contest photo submissions, visit.. com/photocontest.. "We congratulate the winners of the Picture a Better America Photo Contest and thank the hundreds from around the country who participated and helped us to make the case that infrastructure investment and a world-class transportation infrastructure system are critical to our economy s ability to create and sustain globally competitive, high-productivity, good-paying jobs," said Dennis Slater, president of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.. "As we celebrated the winners, Congress and the White House continued to delay on passage of a well-funded multiyear highway bill.. What s needed is a sense of urgency from political leaders in D.. to repair and modernize our transportation infrastructure.. The Picture a Better America Photo Contest showcased the hard-working men and women who make America.. The contest aimed to greatly amplify the voices of I Make America s grassroots supporters and others who are committed to demonstrating the real cost of congressional inaction on infrastructure investment and pushing for passage of a well-funded multi-year highway bill by September 30th of this year.. "All of the photo submissions presented a unique perspective on how real Americans view their contributions to making and rebuilding America, but the four winning images truly demonstrated an eye for composition, aesthetic, and message," said Eric Draper, photo contest judge.. About I Make America..

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  • Title: AEM | Newsroom - News Releases -- Manufacturers ask for urgency in Washington following jobs speech
    Descriptive info: 9/8/2011.. Manufacturers ask for urgency in Washington following jobs speech.. Media availability with Dennis Slater of AEM, Ron DeFeo of Terex and Jim McCullough of CNH following President's speech.. Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) President Dennis Slater tonight issued the following statement in response to President Obama s speech to the joint session of Congress:.. "Deteriorating infrastructure isn t a campaign-year slogan; it s a roadblock to commerce that hurts America s farmers and manufacturers.. The stark reality of the U.. economy is that it cannot survive without a thriving agriculture and manufacturing base.. Over the past two years, political leaders have settled for no fewer than seven short-term extensions of the highway bill.. However, roads and bridges aren t funded or built a few months at a time.. These critical projects require long-term investment.. To compete globally, America s farmers and manufacturers need the White House and Congress to cooperate on new policies that repair and modernize transportation infrastructure an issue American voters agree is an essential investment in our country, and an immediate means to  ...   long-term highway bill is only a few weeks away.. America s manufacturers are eager to rebuild and modernize infrastructure projects throughout the nation.. A well-funded highway bill will allow people to get back to work, provide much needed revenue to local communities and restore a sense of optimism in our nation s future.. NOTE: Media Availability Contact Chelsea,.. ccummings@qorvis.. or 202-821-3933 for scheduling.. Dennis Slater, President of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, a trade association comprised of over 850 member companies and more than 200 product lines in the agriculture, construction, forestry, mining and utility sectors worldwide - Available in person or by phone Thursday evening and Friday 9/9/11.. Ron DeFeo, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Terex Corporation, a Fortune 500 company that manufactures heavy equipment for mining, and big-ticket projects such as bridge and road construction - Available by phone Friday 9/9/11.. Jim McCullough, President and CEO, CNH Construction Equipment, Inc.. , a global agricultural and construction equipment manufacturer employing 30,000 people worldwide - Available by phone Thursday evening and Friday 9/9/11.. About I Make America..

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  • Title: AEM | Newsroom - News Releases -- Congressional action on highway bill critical to American jobs
    Descriptive info: 8/31/2011.. Congressional action on highway bill critical to American jobs.. Statement by AEM President, Dennis Slater.. Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) President Dennis Slater today issued the following statement in response to President Obama s comments on the highway bill:.. Infrastructure investment is a critical job creator.. Roads, highways and bridges aren t funded or built a few months at a time.. These critical projects require long-term planning.. Extending a clean highway bill, as President Obama today called on Congress to do, provides America s  ...   investments in new equipment and employees, and the U.. S economy with a badly needed growth engine.. Failure to extend the highway bill would further endanger the already tenuous economic recovery America s manufacturers are working so hard to strengthen.. Rebuilding and modernizing our public infrastructure is a safety, economic and competitiveness issue that Congress has a serious responsibility to address.. I Make America is supported by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) and its 850+ member companies.. About the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM)..

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  • Title: AEM | Newsroom - News Releases -- U.S. agricultural equipment exports up 15 percent at midyear 2011
    Descriptive info: 8/29/2011.. agricultural equipment exports up 15 percent at midyear 2011.. exports of agricultural machinery continued to grow in 2011 and ended the first half of the year with a gain of 15 percent, according to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM).. Midyear 2011 exports totaled $5.. 6 billion compared to January-June 2010.. The off-road equipment manufacturing trade group consolidates U.. Commerce Dept.. data with other sources into member global trend reports.. "Exports continue to provide a substantial boost to manufacturers overall business as producers around the world seek enhanced productivity to meet global food needs.. Export-friendly policies such as free trade agreements help American manufacturers and farmers stay in business, which translates into more jobs for U.. workers.. That s a major tenet of our I Make America campaign and its spotlight on the importance of manufacturing to U.. prosperity," stated Charlie  ...   to Australia/Oceania grew 20 percent, representing $452 million worth of farm-related equipment.. Exports to Europe gained 19 percent to $1.. 6 billion, and exports to Canada increased 4 percent and totaled $1.. 8 billion.. exports to Africa grew 13 percent for a total $131 million.. The top 10 export destinations for American-made agricultural equipment during the first half of 2011 were: (1) Canada - $1.. 8 billion, up 4 percent; (2) Australia - $423 million, up 21 percent; (3) Mexico - $395 million, up 1 percent; (4) Germany - $260 million, up 20 percent; (5) Brazil - $242 million, up 82 percent; (6) France - $185 million, up 7 percent; (7) China - $179 million, down 3 percent; (8) Ukraine - $159 million, up 111 percent; (9) United Kingdom - $145 million, down 4 percent; (10) Russia - $124 million, up 13 percent..

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