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Global operation changes for McLanahan

Mark Krause

McLanahan Corporation promote and restructure to enhance customer and product focus

AS McLanahan Corporation have grown, the company has continued its evaluation of how to best serve its customers around the world, and to this end has now created a product management and development team, leading to promotions and changes in corporation structure.

Cory Jenson, who previously held the position of general manager – environmental, has been promoted to vice-president – global product management and development.

In his new role, Mr Jenson will oversee a team of product managers, engineers, marketing and technical services personnel from around the world. This group will focus on evaluating customers’ equipment needs and improving product lines to meet these needs and market standard.

Additionally, these changes have led to the promotion of Mark Krause (pictured), formerly general manager – aggregate processing, to managing director – North America.

Internally, the company has combined its former US-based operating divisions to create cohesive sales, engineering and customer service teams. McLanahan say the combination of the North American teams will allow the company to better service customers, regardless of industry or product line.

‘These internal changes are really about how we serve our global customers,’ said chief executive officer Sean McLanahan. ‘By refocusing our teams on specific areas, we’ll be better able to improve the service and products that we provide to our different markets.’

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