KWS Manufacturing

KWS Promotes Kevin Turner to Eastern Regional Sales Manager


Burleson, TX, – July 3, 2014

KWS, the leading manufacturer of screw conveyors in the U.S., has recently promoted Kevin Turner to Eastern Regional Sales Manager. Kevin has been with KWS for over three years in the role of Customer Service Representative (CSR). Kevin is a 2009 graduate of Texas A&M University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Distribution.

Bill Mecke, P.E., President of KWS, states, "Kevin has performed very well as a CSR. Our Customers love working with Kevin because he is very responsive and genuinely works in their best interests. Kevin’s Industrial Distribution background will help KWS serve our Customers better and grow our business. Kevin has been very successful as a CSR over the past three years and he deserves the promotion."

"At KWS, we believe in complete Customer satisfaction. Our goal is to provide quality and service that exceeds our Customer’s expectations from the way we answer the phone to the way we resolve a field issue or answer a technical question. Quality throughout the whole process is the KWS commitment to our Customers. It’s not just product quality, but quality throughout every step of the Sales, Engineering and Manufacturing processes. Quality starts with our first Customer contact and never ends. As the market leader, we listen to our Customers and make continuous improvements on a daily basis."

About KWS: KWS has experienced greater than 500-percent growth in revenue over the last ten years and has become one of the largest conveyor manufacturers in North America. KWS also provides process equipment, such as thermal processors, continuous and batch mixers and classifiers. Many projects include complete system design with hoppers, structural supports and controls as part of an engineered solution.

For more information, please call KWS at 800-543-6558
Contact: Bill Mecke (817)-295-2247

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