McLanahan implements executive changes

By |  February 5, 2016

mclanahan-logoMcLanahan Corp. created a product management and development team, which resulted in a number of promotions and changes in its corporate structure.

Cory Jenson, who previously served as general manager of McLanahan’s environmental division, has been promoted to vice president of global product management and development. In this new role, he oversees a team of product managers, engineers, marketing and technical services personnel from around the world.

Mark Krause, who previously served as general manager of McLanahan’s aggregate processing division, has been promoted to managing director of North America. This promotion aligns with the company’s initiative to combine its former U.S.-based operating divisions to create sales, engineering and customer service teams. According to the company, this change will allow for better customer service, regardless of industry or product line.

“These internal changes are really about how we serve our global customers,” says Sean McLanahan, CEO. “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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