The Crosby Group (“Crosby”) today announced that Tamara Morytko has joined its Board of Directors effective immediately.
Since 2018, Ms. Morytko has served as Chief Operating Officer of Norsk Titanium, a leader in metal-based additive manufacturing technology. In this role, Ms. Morytko is responsible for coordination and execution of Norsk Titanium’s business and operations strategy across a global enterprise. Prior to her current role, Ms. Morytko spent seven years in diverse executive leadership roles across Baker Hughes, including Vice President of Asia Pacific, Vice President of North America – South, and Vice President of Global Supply Chain. Before Baker Hughes, Ms. Morytko had spent 14 years at United Technologies Corp., eventually leading the Cheshire Engine Services Aftermarket business at Pratt & Whitney in addition to other senior commercial and operational leadership roles.
“We are excited to have Tamara join our Board of Directors,” said Robert Davies, CEO of Crosby. “We are focused on cultivating world class expertise to guide Crosby in this new phase of our growth. Tamara brings decades of experience to the table, having held senior leadership positions at multiple world class industrial companies. Her background uniquely positions her to support Crosby as we execute upon our strategy and expand our business to deliver ever great customer service and innovation.”
“As Crosby continues its growth trajectory, we are expanding the breadth and depth of experience on our Board,” said Peter Stavros, Head of KKR’s Industrial Group and a Director on Crosby’s Board. “Tamara brings both commercial and operational expertise which she developed across an impressive breadth of experiences at high performance companies. We look forward to collaborating with her and benefiting from her thought leadership on Crosby’s Board.
About The Crosby Group
Founded in 1836, The Crosby Group is a global market leader in the design, manufacturing, and marketing of highly engineered, mission-critical equipment used in lifting, rigging, and material handling applications.