General Kinematics Appoints new Recycling Industry Manager
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Crystal Lake, IL – Richard Reeves was recently named General Kinematics’ Industry Manager for the company’s Recycling Division. Mr. Reeves will be responsible for the company’s sales, marketing and product management efforts in the Recycling Industry. “Dick’s experience and leadership skills will allow General Kinematics to take our Recycling Organization to a new, higher level of service and customer support as we continue to expand our offerings in this industry” said CEO Paul Musschoot. General Kinematics is a privately held company specializing in material handling equipment for Foundry, Chemical, Food, Mining, Recycling and other Industries for more than four (4) decades. The company serves customers through a world-wide network of sales offices and strategic alliances, providing customer engineered solutions to solve critical issues in material processing. To date, more than 35,000 units have been installed in virtually all of the world’s industrialized countries.
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