IROCK Names New Midwest Regional Sales Manager

Terry Wilson has more than 25 years of industry experience.

April 1, 2013
CDR Staff
Personnel Activity

IROCK Crushers, a manufacturer of screening and crushing equipment, has added Terry Wilson to the company as its sales manager for the Midwest. In his position Wilson will work in a consulting role to connect customers in construction, demolition, recycling and mining industries with IROCK dealers throughout the Midwest, from the North and South Dakota through Texas.

“I’m looking forward to bringing my background in mine development to the new position with IROCK,” says Wilson. “My previous experience will help broaden and develop all aspects of IROCK’s business.”

Wilson brings more than 25 years of industry experience to IROCK. Wilson owned a rock quarry for more than 10 years and worked as a mining consultant and production manager at three mines. In these positions, he helped start up new mines for customers, oversaw stripping crews and production of mines and managed overburden removal.

In a release, Sean Donaghy, IROCK’s national sales manager, says, “Terry is an asset to IROCK, bringing a fresh perspective to the team. Our ultimate goal is to connect customers with dealers that will provide them with the best products for their operations – whether aggregate, top soil, mine, quarry, or asphalt and concrete recycling. Wilson’s expertise has enabled IROCK to further that consultative approach.”

Wilson will work to develop a network of dealers and assist them in expanding into new products and markets with IROCK equipment, making sure needs are met and profits are increased with the most effective products.