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Turner Mining Group names vice president of equipment

By |  August 12, 2021

Photo: Turner Mining Group logo

Turner Mining Group added Jeremy Alford as vice president of equipment to oversee all aspects of its heavy equipment and light fleet.

According to the company, the addition comes as it expands its presence across the North American mining sector. Turner Mining Group says it is now primed to establish equipment management best practices and utilize Alford’s industry expertise to further develop partner relationships throughout the country.

Turner Mining Group currently has offices in both Bloomington, Indiana, and South Jordan, Utah, the latter of which opened this year.

“We couldn’t be happier to have Jeremy on the team,” says Keaton Turner, the company’s founder and CEO. “He has an amazing background and a great reputation in the industry. Bringing Jeremy onboard as our vice president of equipment is one of the exciting developments we’ve been planning for a long time. We’re committed to putting the right people in place to grow and advance our mission and Jeremy’s role is another step in that direction.”

Alford has an extensive background in capitalized equipment procurement and specialized fleet management, and his addition aims to propel the organization forward with a focus on leadership, professionalism and client service, according to Turner Mining Group.

“The people here are passionate about the responsibilities they oversee,” Alford says. “There’s a desire to do things correctly and to move the company forward in a responsible manner that makes it successful. My role in growing the company is keeping the equipment running properly, ensuring everything is safe for our operations and making proper long-term decisions that keep our capital investments working.”

Carly McFadden

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Carly McFadden is the associate editor at Pit & Quarry. She can be reached at 216-363-7930 or cmcfadden@northcoastmedia.net.

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