Boehler Leaves Role as Skyjack President

Boehler Leaves Role as Skyjack President

Brad Boehler is stepping down from his role as president of Linamar Corporation’s Skyjack division and is currently seeking a new opportunity in the access industry.

Boehler says he will maintain his responsibilities on the board of directors for Serious Labs and the CE Sector Board of AEM.

It was previously announced that Boehler had accepted a role at Skyjack's parent company Linamar Corporation, based in Guelph, Ontario, but he has declined that role. Ken McDougall, who previously served as Skyjack president, will again assume that position.

Over his 16 years at Skyjack, Boehler has played an integral role in setting the MEWP and telehandler OEM up for the success and growth that they’ve experienced over the past few years. Boehler served as Skyjack's president for seven years.

In a statement, Linamar says McDougall comes to the role with in-depth knowledge of Skyjack’s corporate values, the industry, and their customers, making him the ideal candidate to head the company.

Looking forward, Skyjack has new products being introduced within the next few years, and the company says McDougall is excited to bolster those product launches and continue to work with the team to develop innovative, yet simple and reliable solutions for rental companies worldwide.

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