|Mr. David J. Wilson||Pres, CEO & Director||1.71M||N/A||1969|
|Mr. Gregory P. Rustowicz||Exec. VP of Fin. & CFO||826.87k||240.72k||1960|
|Mr. Alan S. Korman||Sr. VP of Corp. Devel., Gen. Counsel & Sec.||612.22k||148.64k||1961|
|Mr. Bert A. Brant||Sr. VP of Global Manufacturing Operations||619.35k||N/A||1961|
|Ms. Lynn Bostrom||Director of Global Marketing||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Ms. Adrienne M. Williams||Sr. VP & Chief HR Officer||N/A||N/A||1976|
|Mr. Mark R. Paradowski||Sr. VP & Chief Digital Officer||N/A||N/A||1970|
|Mr. Mario Y. Ramos Lara||Sr. VP of Global Product Devel.||N/A||N/A||1973|
|Mr. Appal S.K. Chintapalli||Pres of EMEA & APAC||N/A||N/A||1975|
|Mr. Terrence Jon Schadeberg||Pres of Americas||N/A||N/A||1964|
Columbus McKinnon Corporation designs, manufactures, and markets intelligent motion solutions to ergonomically move, lift, position, and secure materials worldwide. The company offers electric, air-powered, lever, and hand hoists; hoist trolleys, explosion-protected and custom engineered hoists, and winches; crane systems, such as crane components and kits, enclosed track rail systems, mobile and jib cranes, and fall protection systems, as well as material handling solutions; rigging equipment comprising below-the-hook lifting devices, shackles, chains and chains accessories, forestry and hand tools, lifting slings, lashing systems, and tie-downs and load binders; rotary unions and swivel joints; and mechanical and electromechanical actuators. It also provides power and motion technology products, including AC motor controls and line regenerative systems, automation and diagnostics, brakes, cable and festoon systems, collision avoidance systems, conductor bar systems, DC motor and magnet control systems, elevator drives, inverter duty motors, mining drives, pendant pushbutton stations, radio controls, and wind inverters; power delivery subsystems; overhead aluminum light rail workstations; and low profile, flexible chain, large scale, sanitary, and vertical elevation conveyor systems, as well as pallet system conveyors and accumulation systems. The company serves market verticals, including general industries, transportation, energy and utilities, process industries, industrial automation, construction and infrastructure, food and beverage, entertainment, life sciences, consumer packaged goods, and e-commerce/supply chain/warehousing. It offers its products to end users directly, as well as through distributors, independent crane builders, material handling specialists and integrators, government agencies, original equipment manufacturers, and engineering procurement and construction firms. The company was founded in 1875 and is headquartered in Buffalo, New York.
Columbus McKinnon Corporation’s ISS governance QualityScore as of 1 October 2022 is 3. The pillar scores are Audit: 4; Board: 6; Shareholder rights: 2; Compensation: 2.