Exodus Machines welcomes new Vice President of Service
Exodus Machines, based in Superior, Wisconsin, has expanded its leadership team with the appointment of Brian Hawn as the new Vice President of Service.
Kevin Boreen, Exodus Machines CEO, says, "I could not be more pleased Brian chose to join our team. After our first meeting, I knew he was the perfect addition to make our management team even stronger. He brings with him nearly 15-years' experience in the demolition and scrap recycling equipment industries and has earned the trust and respect of dealers, vendors, end users, and co-workers."
Brian was most recently with Stanley Black and Decker, where he oversaw the Stanley infrastructure field service team. He was responsible for coordinating all training for sales, service, dealers, and end-users for the entire Stanley infrastructure division including LaBounty, national and global accounts.
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