Solving Business Challenges
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We are able to function flexibly, yet scale-able for the demanding business requirements of our customers. We understand that our employees are the back-bone to our continued success and effective leadership is defined by results.
Leaders become great, not because of their power, but because of their ability to empower others. Central Conveyor did not focus on being the Industry Leader, we focused on making a difference - the result is unsurpassed customer service and best-value solutions!
Jeff Brinker, who joined the Tsubaki Group in 2020, is transferred from U.S. Tsubaki Power Transmission, LLC and is responsible for all Central Conveyor operations, including KCI and the newly formed U.S. Tsubaki Industrial LLC, which includes the former Central Conveyor South operations. He oversees all operations, proposals and marketing activities for CCC including sales management. In addition, he leads the development and implementation of strategic business plans, products and services for the company.
With more than 20 years of experience focused in automotive manufacturing and construction, Brinker has the technical expertise and leadership skills to successfully move CCC forward into 2021 and beyond, focusing on customer relationships and service.
Curt Towne is responsible for Project Management, Estimating and the Equipment Sustainment Division.
Prior to joining the Central Conveyor team, Mr. Towne spent 32 years at Stellantis (Formerly FCA group) as a plant manager for Warren Truck Assembly Plant and Jefferson North Assembly Plant. During his tenure he worked on the Lean Manufacturing Processes, Facility and Product Launches, and later retired as the Director of Manufacturing from Stellantis.
Mike Fagan started as an engineering detailer in 1992 after completing his BSME with a concentration in mechanical design from Lawrence Technological University. He honed his skills in the conveyor industry as a project engineer and spent four years in the field on various job sites working hand in hand with field personnel. Mr. Fagan spent one year estimating projects before returning to engineering and was soon promoted to chief engineer. Since 2002, Mr. Fagan has been serving as Central Conveyor Company's engineering manager.
Mark Lemons joined Central Conveyor Company in 2006 and manages the sales and new business development efforts. Mr. Lemons has been in the conveyor industry since 1980 and has held multiple positions in the industry including project manager, manufacturing manager and manager of field operations. Mr. Lemons is currently the account representative for the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Ford Motor Company and Nissan accounts and also serves as an estimator and project manager as needed.