AEMP Announces 2019 Hall of Fame Inductee, Tim Morgan, CEM
Thursday, March 21, 2019
Posted by: AEMP
ORLANDO, FL. – The Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP), the premier organization for asset management professionals of off-road fleets, inducted Tim Morgan, CEM to the AEMP Hall of Fame during a special awards luncheon sponsored by Caterpillar March 21, 2019. The AEMP Hall of Fame honors equipment managers among AEMP’s membership who exemplify excellence in equipment management, and have dedicated countless volunteer hours to advance the art and science of the profession.
Tim Morgan advocates for all equipment management professionals he encounters to grow professionally and personally—not just for his own company but across the equipment management industry. He has personally guided and tutored over 50 equipment professionals to improve their skills with regards to technician basic, advanced, equipment specific and safety through OEM online education and other conference/seminar opportunities. Steve Riddle, CEM, who works with Tim says, “He is not a “Seagull Manager” that periodically flies into the area, makes a lot of noise, dumps on people, maybe eats their lunch and flies away. He is a Servant Leader who meets the legitimate needs, not wants, of his personnel in their quest of mission excellence.” Tim has served over 15 years as an AEMP volunteer, assisting in the development of AEMP’s telematics data standard, ongoing conference education, and serves on AEMP’s Board of Directors. Tim is an ambassador for AEMP, advocating for the professional growth opportunities the association provides.
Beyond his service to AEMP, Tim volunteers in support of his local schools including a school for special needs and at-risk students through the donation of a truck and other equipment for automotive repair classes, equipment displays and talks showing capabilities and opportunities in the heavy equipment industry. Tim is a Certified Master Scuba Diver Instructor and has traveled the world diving and sharing this talent with others, and volunteers with his church and the Airplane Owners and Pilots Association.
Formed in 1982, the Association of Equipment Management Professionals represents fleet professionals working in construction, government, utilities, energy, mining and more. AEMP maintains relationships among manufacturers, users, governmental agencies, educational institutions and others involved in the design and management of heavy equipment.
AEMP’s “Equipment Triangle” is that a balanced relationship must exist between the End User, Distributor, and OEM/Supplier in the life cycle of a piece of heavy equipment or product. AEMP advances this philosophy through its education and certification programs. For more information, visit www.aemp.org.