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Superior Industries adds to Southeast US, Canadian sales teams

By |  September 26, 2018


Superior Industries added Brad Hrbek and Phil Garinger to its sales operations.

Hrbek, who will achieve 25 years of industry experience in 2019, will work with the domestic equipment sales team. The industry veteran will manage the Southeast United States for the company as an equipment territory sales manager and will serve the company’s material producing customers and crushing, screening, washing and conveying distribution.

“Brad is well-known for his strong work ethic and vast knowledge of bulk material applications,” says Scott Gulan, sales manager for Superior’s equipment division. “We’re all blessed to have him back onboard our team and are excited for customers to benefit from his wisdom.”

Hrbek previously owned and operated H&H Industrial Sales, where he represented Superior Industries. After H&H, Hrbek held a 13-year career with Trio Engineered Products as regional sales manager.

Headshot: Phil Garinger


Garinger represents the most recent addition to the company’s sales team in Canada as equipment territory sales manager in Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Additionally, he will support the company’s conveying and washing dealers in Alberta and British Columbia.

Garinger will develop and strengthen relationships with bulk materials producers throughout central and western Canada, the company says. Before a 10-year career at Elrus Aggregate Systems, Garinger had a career in engineering, including mechanical design and teaching.

“After a decade in various positions at Elrus Aggregate Systems, Phil comes to Superior with a strong background in both engineering and operations,” Gulan says. “His experience around crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment makes him an asset to our customers in the region.”

Joe McCarthy

About the Author:

Joe McCarthy is a former Associate Editor of Pit and Quarry Magazine.

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