Aspen Equipment Company Hires Project Manager, CAD Mechanical Designer

Aspen makes two moves designed to add "invaluable experience" to the company.

Fri November 22, 2013 - Midwest Edition
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Jeremy Angell, project manager.
Jeremy Angell, project manager.
Jeremy Angell, project manager. Stephan Graham, CAD mechanical designer.

Jeremy Angell has joined Aspen Equipment Co. as a project manager for its Bloomington, Minn., location. Angell brings more than 14 years of management experience to Aspen Equipment, along with a passion for managing processes and helping execute accurate policies and procedures to increase customer satisfaction.

Angell was most recently employed by Micro Center where he managed, motivated, and honed the skills of a commissioned sales staff. In his new role at Aspen Equipment, Angell will use his enthusiasm, creativity and process development to strengthen the project management department, according to the company. His contribution will enhance Aspen’s ability and focus on producing custom commercial truck equipment that is delivered on-time and meets the specific needs of each customer.

Stephan Graham has also joined Aspen Equipment Co. as a CAD mechanical designer and will work out of the company’s Bloomington, Minn., headquarters.

Graham’s certifications include CSWP-Core and CSWP-Weldment in SolidWorks. Previously, he was employed by IDFI (Industrial Design Fabrication and Installation Inc.) where he worked on the design, fabrication and installation of custom machinery and equipment.

In his new role at Aspen Equipment, Graham will use his SolidWorks modeling to offer customers vocational vehicles considering weight, materials and efficient design — resulting in a better product and better customer experience, according to the company.

Todd Foster, VP of sales operations said, “We are building a well-rounded team at Aspen that takes advantage of each individual’s invaluable experience in the industry and combines that with innovative ideas. I sincerely believe this approach will provide our customers with the best possible solutions to their needs and consequently continue to position Aspen Equipment as a leader in the custom truck equipment industry.”

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