Weekly Feature



2018-01-10 / Business

H&R Construction announces retirement of president and CEO

H&R Construction Parts and Equipment, Inc. recently announced the retirement of President and CEO Larry D. Mohr and named Aaron B. Lian, currently the company’s COO, to the position.

Mohr has served as president and CEO of H&R Construction Parts since 2015. Mohr joined H&R Construction Parts in 1988 and served in a variety of roles within the company. He has been a driving force behind the company’s strategic direction and consistently strong operational performance, and was a leading player working on the transition of the company to a fully owned subsidiary of the Sumitomo Corporation in 2017.

Mohr hands over the reins as the company continues to expand its position in the markets in which it competes. Mohr will assist in a transition through the remainder of the year.

“Mr. Mohr has been an invaluable part of the H&R team and has led this company successfully during his tenure,” said Tadashi Nakatsuka, H&R’s chairman. “While Mr. Mohr will certainly be missed, I am equally as confident in the leadership of Mr. Lian as he assumes the president and CEO role.”

“I am proud to have worked with Larry during my time at H&R. He has worked hard to position this company to be a leader in the heavy equipment parts industry, and I look forward building on his legacy and leading this company to even greater levels as we go forward,” said Lian.

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