Douglas Dynamics announces sustainability manager

Douglas Dynamics announces sustainability manager

Pam Buckley will take on the newly created commercial snow and ice division role.

July 3, 2017
Snow and Ice Management Supplier News

MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – Douglas Dynamics has named Pam Buckley to the position of sustainability manager for its commercial snow and ice division. In this newly created role, Buckley will work with snow and ice associations and professional contractors to develop, manage and promote the Douglas Dynamics sustainability message for the Fisher, Western and SnowEx brands.

Since joining SnowEx in 2010, Buckley has been a prominent voice for liquid ice control applications in the snow and ice industry. She has dedicated years to becoming an expert in snow and ice control sustainability and has been a key stakeholder in driving the successful Liquid Solutions initiative for Douglas Dynamics.

Buckley has spoken in many widely-recognized industry forums, published articles and training on liquid ice control/sustainability, and actively contributed to snow and ice industry organizations – including Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA), Accredited Snow Contractors Association (ASCA) and American Public Works Association (APWA).

“Sustainability has always been a part of the Douglas Dynamics culture; we just didn’t have a title to officially recognize it until now,” said Andy McArdle, director of product management for Douglas Dynamics. “The social, financial and environmental interests of our commercial snow and ice control customers continuously guide Douglas’s product and strategic decisions. We’re excited to have Pam lead our Sustainability initiative as we continue to drive positive change in our industry.”