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Mr. Doheny is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Joy Global Inc. Prior to assuming these duties he was an executive vice president for the company as well as Chief Operating Officer of Joy Global’s underground business segment. He is a member of the company’s Board of Directors.

Before joining Joy Global in May 2006, Mr. Doheny spent 21 years with Ingersoll-Rand. While there he held a variety of senior executive positions, both domestic and international, including President of the Air Solutions Group and as President of Industrial Technologies. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Cornell University and a Master’s degree in Management from Purdue University.

Mr. Doheny also serves as a director of John Bean Technologies Corporation.

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Mr. Sullivan is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer and has global responsibility for the company’s finances and accounting.

He previously served as Chief Financial Officer of Solutia, Inc., a global manufacturer of performance materials and specialty chemicals, from 2004 until its acquisition by Eastman Chemical Company in July 2012.  Mr. Sullivan also served as Solutia’s Executive Vice President from 2009 until his departure and previously served as Senior Vice President from 2004 through 2009 and Treasurer from 2004 through 2011.  Mr. Sullivan also served as Solutia’s Vice President and Controller from 1999 through 2004. At the time of his departure, Mr. Sullivan was responsible for Solutia’s finance activities, including controllership, internal audit, investor relations, tax, treasury, risk management, credit and collections, acquisitions and divestitures and information technology.

He earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration and finance from St. Louis University and his masters of business administration from Washington University.

Mr. Sullivan also serves as a director of Jason Industries, Inc.

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Since 2007, Mr. Major has been Joy Global’s Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, serving both as the Company’s chief legal officer and its chief governance officer.  In his capacity as chief legal officer Mr. Major leads and oversees the Company’s global legal and compliance function, including legal and regulatory matters for its two primary business segments, as well as parent company matters such as mergers and acquisitions and financings.  As chief governance officer, Mr. Major provides advice and counsel to the board of directors and senior management on corporate governance matters and manages the Company’s corporate governance function.

Prior to joining Joy Global, Mr. Major served for nine years in roles of increasing legal responsibility with Johnson Controls, Inc., serving first from Hong Kong then from Brussels as lead counsel for business units in Asia and Europe and ultimately earning promotion to a corporate officer position at Johnson Controls’ Milwaukee headquarters as Assistant General Counsel and Assistant Secretary. Mr. Major started his in-house career with Abbott Laboratories as Counsel-International after working for seven years in private practice with law firms in Chicago and Tokyo. 

Mr. Major earned his bachelor's degree in Economics from DePauw University, his juris doctor degree from Indiana University, and his masters of business administration from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management.

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Mr. Maritz is Executive Vice President, Human Resources.  He oversees the Company’s human resources function for its global employees and is responsible for setting the worldwide strategy including talent management, leadership development, labor matters, culture changes, compensation and benefits, and environmental health and safety policies.

Prior to assuming his current role, Mr. Maritz was Vice President, Human Resources for the Company’s underground mining business.  Prior to joining Joy Global in 1998, he held various human resources roles in large engineering, manufacturing and chemical industry businesses in South Africa.

Mr. Maritz holds a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Psychology and Labor Law, as well as an Honors degree from the University of the Northwest in South Africa.

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Mr. Blom is Chief Marketing Officer of Joy Global Inc.  He has responsibility for Joy Global’s marketing, global account management, commercial management, and business development functions.

Mr. Blom joined Joy Global in 1997 as Managing Director of the company’s Europe/North Africa/India Group, and has held a series of progressively senior leadership roles including Vice President & General Manager – International & Global Business Development, President – Latin American Region, and President – Eurasia Region.  Mr. Blom previously worked for Bucyrus International in various management positions including Product Management, International Subcontract, Managing Director of Australasia, and Director of International Subsidiary Operations.

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Mr. Koetz is President of Joy Global’s Surface Mining operations and also oversees the commercial management of the Company’s surface conveyor components and systems business, and the wheel loader and dragline services businesses.

Mr. Koetz joined Joy Global in 2010 with over 22 years of marketing, product, service, and leadership experience in the mining, construction, agriculture and defense equipment industries.  Prior to joining Joy Global, he was the Senior Director of Marketing for Case IH, a global leader in agricultural equipment as part of CNH Industrial and Vice President, Product Marketing for Komatsu America Corporation.

Mr. Koetz began his career as a U.S. Army Engineer Officer, is a veteran of Operation Desert Storm, and also served in the Republic of Korea.

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Mr. Salditt is President of Joy Global’s Underground and Hard Rock Mining operations.

Prior to joining Joy Global Inc. in August 2014, Mr. Salditt spent 19 years with Atlas Copco where he had direct management responsibility in stand-alone business units with global reach and comprehensive scope including R&D, production, engineering, and sales and service.