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Top 20 Most Influential Female Leaders In The Heavy Equipment and Machinery Industry

In this month’s issue, we are featuring the top 20 female leaders in the heavy machinery and equipment sector, who broke the norm in the industry!

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Technology has changed the way we live our lives and in the heavy equipment and machinery industry, it certainly has made things more efficient and easier to build, create and change with more advanced tools developed now. As time made every industry adapt to progressive technology, society has made it possible for a change of scene in management teams as well – whether it’s a public company or a private institution, women are entering the scene to become leaders.

For industries such as the heavy machinery and equipment sector, it’s a place dominated by men, however, the past few decades have seen some changes when women have started entering the field too. Not only do they survive a tough and challenging environment, they also thrive and start having positions that are normally given to men.

In this month’s issue, we are featuring the top 20 female leaders in the heavy equipment and machinery sector. With several accomplishments and an incredible educational background and work experiences to back them up, these women have proven again and again that women can lead and succeed in a work environment that was once a playground for men only. The women on this list have broken the norm and inspired a new generation of women to aim higher in any career ladder.

We have also featured special pieces from today’s industry leaders such as Hilti and China State Construction Engineering Corporation Ltd. Read the special case study prepared by ULMA that discusses the Lusail Boulevard Tunnel Formworks and get the latest details on Dubai Skyline and lastly, find out how an insurance company can help mitigate risks in the construction industry.

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So sit back and learn something new in this industry today. Keep up with the latest trends on the construction Industry with GineersNow: Construction Leaders. 

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Robert Bagatsing
Managing Editor and Founder of GineersNow based in Dubai and Manila. Survived marketing at Harvard, Management at AIM and proud Bedan.


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  1. Nice to see our Chair is on the front cover.

    Angel De Mc Cuttac
    Regional Social Media Specialist
    Liebherr Group

  2. Good that Gardner Denver is on the top 20.

    Rona Shane Gomez
    Aftersales Coordinator
    Gardner Denver

  3. Genie is missing here. What’s going on?

    Adam Hailey
    Director of Product Management
    Genie-a Terex Brand

  4. @Adam, Genie is on the list, well somehow… Terex is on page 17

    Philip K. Luong
    Product Marketing | Brand Development

  5. Congratulations to Tonya for making it on the list. Thanks to the editors.

    Tim Burnhope
    Chief Innovation & Growth Officer
    J C Bamford Excavators Ltd

  6. Nice article. This will encourage more female in management role.

    Timo Torvinen
    Senior Vice President, Pumps Business Line
    Metso Flow Control

  7. Someday I will be on that list.

    Juanita Els
    Warranty Administrator and OnBoarding Logistics
    Cummins Inc.

  8. Thank you for featuring our company.

    Martin Paustian
    Customer Support Gasengines
    Liebherr Group

  9. Love the article. Fabulous!!!

    Christine Yordy
    Division Communications Lead – Global Government & Corporate Affairs
    Caterpillar Inc.

  10. Congratulations Caterpillar!!!

    Giovana Foerster
    Product Marketing Consultant
    Caterpillar Inc.

  11. Girl power

    Alana Chesley, PMP

    ECN Implementation Lead/Project Manager
    Genie – a Terex band

  12. Although the number of female engineers today has greatly improved since the early 1980s, when only 5.8% of engineers in the U.S. were women, it’s still surprisingly low.

    Cielito Matienzo
    Manufacturing Engineer
    Klein Tools
    Dallas/Fort Worth Area

  13. For some women, enrolling in an engineering course is like running a psychological gauntlet.

    Jemelyn Lagatoc
    Rotating & Package Equipment Engineer
    Fluor Corporation Southern California

  14. Engineering isn’t a man’s world anymore.

    Dawn Kathryn
    Engineer I (Mott MacDonald)
    Washington D.C. Metro Area

  15. Humanity’s engineering feats are pretty astounding when you take a minute to think about them.

    Krystle Rei
    Architect / Plumbing Engineer / Construction Supervisor
    Greater Los Angeles Area

  16. Women who go to college intending to become engineers stay in the profession less often than men. Why is this?

    Scott Peterson
    Senior Software Engineer
    NorthShore Resources, Inc.
    Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area

  17. Currently, only 14% of engineers are women, according to the Congressional Joint Economic Committee. We need to increase this in 5 years.

    Ramz Twal
    Brithinee Electric
    Greater Los Angeles Area

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