Exodus Machines, Superior, Wisconsin, has announced the expansion of its leadership team with the appointment of Brian Hawn as the new vice president of service. He will oversee parts and service for Exodus and its four branches: BladeCore, Connect Work Tools, OilQuickUSA and ShearCore.
“I could not be more pleased Brian chose to join our team,” says Kevin Boreen, CEO of Exodus. “After our first meeting, I knew he was the perfect addition to make our management team even stronger. He brings with him nearly 15 years' experience in the demolition and scrap recycling equipment industries and has earned the trust and respect of dealers, vendors, end-users and co-workers,”.
Hawn was most recently with Stanley Black and Decker, where he oversaw the Stanley infrastructure field service team. He was responsible for coordinating all training for sales, service, dealers and end users for the entire Stanley infrastructure division, including LaBounty, national and global accounts.
“I am thrilled to join the Exodus family. As soon as I met the team, I quickly related to and felt like I fully understood their vision on customer service. It was clear that Exodus was where I needed to be,” Hawn says. “The state-of-the-art factory and innovative way of manufacturing is the perfect combination for Exodus and its branches to excel within all the industries they serve.”
Established in 2008, Exodus manufacturers and distributes products under four branches for the domestic and international scrap, demolition and construction markets. In addition, Exodus Machines provides full service, parts and rebuild services, including support of material handlers.
To see the full Exodus news release, click here.
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