culler-th-288px.jpgLexington, KY – Paul Culler has been promoted to vice president, manufacturing for Link-Belt Cranes effective January 1, 2017. Chuck Martz, Link-Belt’s chairman, CEO, and president made the announcement at the company’s headquarters in Lexington, Kentucky, USA.

Culler began working at Link-Belt 35 years ago as a design engineer. He later moved on to work on various systems and projects such as engine installations, electrical system designs, and the Greer RCL system application. In 1993 he moved to production engineering assembly and paint supervision, and his most recent position, director of materials, he moved into in 2004. Culler has played a major role in Link-Belt’s evolution as a crane manufacturer, working alongside engineering to aptly outsource materials for a completely new crane line the company introduced in 2005, the telescopic crawler crane.

“Paul’s solid background of engineering and manufacturing experience blends him into the ideal candidate to continue to build and enhance the Link-Belt Production System which is critical to ensuring the highest quality produced crane in the market,” said Martz.