(Published Dec. 6, 2007, 4:15 p.m.)
Moving forward with the company's global strategy, Schenck AccuRate, 746 E. Milwaukee St., Whitewater, 473-2440, Whitewater, has undergone changes to its management and internal support structure.
Elisa Larson is the new sales assistant. She will provide inside support to four regional sales managers and to the internal sales staff. Larson comes to Schenck AccuRate with over 20 years experience in administrative assistance and customer service. She currently resides in Lake Geneva.
Promoting from within, Dirk Maroske and Neal Mueller will now work together to fulfill the responsibilities formerly conducted by the recently retired Greg Fream, CEO, and will collaborate on decisions for leading the company into the future. Maroske will be assuming the position of president and Mueller will be continuing in his current position of chief financial officer.
Maroske has been with Schenck AccuRate since 2000 and served as director of heavy industry for North America and director of R&D.
"I am delighted to have the opportunity to play a pivotal role in the further development of our successful company," he said.
"We strongly believe in having a customer-orientated business model and we place this at the center of all of our activities. I am eager to start working on capturing the market opportunity and being part of a fundamental shift happening in our industry."
"The brand recognition of AccuRate in North American and Schenck worldwide along with its wide product offerings provide us many opportunities for growth and expansion in our markets," Mueller adds.
"I am excited to have the opportunity to work alongside Dirk and the management team and in leading this great group of people and the Schenck AccuRate organization to its next level of future success."
Both Maroske and Mueller share the vision to expand Schenck AccuRate's presence in dry bulk solids material handling solutions through organic growth and acquisition strategies.
Stock Equipment Company of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, has joined the Schenck Process Group. He worked for Schenck Process at the world headquarters in Darmstadt, Germany, where he got undergrad and graduate degrees in mechanical engineering from the University of Darmstadt. He currently resides in Whitewater.
Mueller has been with Schenck AccuRate since 2005 and has since served as CFO. He received a bachelor's degree in accounting from the UW-Whitewater and a master's degree from UW-Oshkosh. He is also a certified public accountant and resides in De Pere.
Schenck AccuRate manufactures volumetric and gravimetric feeders, weighfeeders, solids flow meters, bulk bag discharging systems and vibratory feeders. It serves a diversified customer base across a wide range of industries, including food, plastics, pet food, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, cement, aggregate, gypsum, mining, power and transport automation.
Schenck AccuRate and other Schenck affiliates have global operations throughout Europe, United Kingdom, China, Australia, Singapore, India, South Africa and Brazil.
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