IRock Crushers hires assembly superintendent

By |  June 16, 2022


IRock Crushers introduced Chris Keithan as assembly superintendent.

He brings nearly 20 years of experience to the operations department. IRock says Keithan’s extensive field-service background in heavy equipment maintenance, hydraulics, electrical systems, diesel engines and employee supervision will benefit the company’s customers as he leads day-to-day production on the assembly floor.

“We’re excited to welcome Chris to IRock,” says Marcia Collins, director of operations and finance at IRock. “He’s a great fit for our company. He has a dynamic skill set and fully subscribes to our manufacturing philosophies. He exhibits the talent and expertise to deliver and lead the ambitions of the assembly department at a sophisticated level.”

In Keithan’s new role, he will focus on safe and efficient organization, coordination and supervision of employees assembling crushing and screening equipment in a manufacturing environment. He will also be accountable for final assemblies and the quality of the finished goods leaving the production facility, according to the company.

As a divisional supervisor, IRock says Keithan will guide departmental initiatives and corporate objectives to enhance the company’s overall growth and profitability.

“I have always believed that together everyone can achieve more,” Keithan says. “This stems from my commitment to build a cohesive and efficient team. IRock shares this same value and has a great team in place that I am excited to be a part of.”

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