In recent Recycling Headline News, General Kinematics has announced the hiring of a new Marketing Coordinator. Her name is Amy Donahue, and she will be assisting the GK team in a number of key areas. Within her new role as Marketing Coordinator, Ms. Donahue will use her accumulated marketing knowledge and experience to augment and assist the GK sales and marketing team.

The content marketing abilities of Ms. Donahue as well as her entrepreneurial background will allow her to give targeted assistance in ensuring that the General Kinematics company continues to grow and thrive. Her expertise will facilitate the company’s further expansion of its leadership position within the vibratory equipment market area.

When asked about these developments and her new role at GK, Ms. Donahue responded that she was “thrilled” to be joining the GK team. She went on to say that she’s been aware of General Kinematics as being an international leader within the vibratory technology business sector for a number of decades. She noted that GK is consistently developing new technologies and patents as well as helping to lead the vibratory manufacturing industry into the future through their innovative processes.

Ms. Donahue also stated that she looks forward to joining the GK family and becoming a part of their growth, innovation and commitment to continued growth and success. She appreciates that the GK team remains highly focused upon creating new, advanced tools and other equipment that can assist customers in accomplishing their own business goals and achieving success within their industries.

The General Kinematics company is the premier manufacturer of vibratory equipment that assists businesses in the processing of bulk materials, making Recycling Headline News for its innovation and leadership. For over 50 years, General Kinematics has been a leader in technological advancements within the vibratory equipment area which has assisted those in the mining, foundry and bulk processing industries. The GK patented Two-Mass technology is capable of operating standard vibratory equipment with a higher degree of accuracy while also using less overall horsepower.

GK also has a Parts and Service division that is unparalleled in the industry, providing 24/7 and 365 days-a-year support and customer service. They also offer same-day shipping on all of their in-stock, off the shelf items. Having completed over 40,000 installations in 35 countries worldwide, the General Kinematics name continues to make Recycling Headline News. GK has come to be synonymous with excellence and Leadership in Vibrating Process Equipment.

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