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Bramco-MPS Appoints Sales Director

Mark Strader is a graduate of Campbellsville College, where he received a B.S. in Business Administration.

Wed July 27, 2016 - National Edition
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Bramco-MPS (Material Processing Solutions) is announcing the recent appointment of Mark Strader as Sales Director.
Bramco-MPS (Material Processing Solutions) is announcing the recent appointment of Mark Strader as Sales Director.

Bramco-MPS (Material Processing Solutions) is announcing the recent appointment of Mark Strader as Sales Director.

Strader will coordinate Bramco-MPS sales efforts through the fourteen branch locations of its Bramco sister companies, Brandeis Machinery & Supply Company, headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky and Power Equipment Company, headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee. This network allows Bramco-MPS to support customers throughout all of Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee and parts of Arkansas, Mississippi, North Carolina and Virginia.

Mark is a graduate of Campbellsville College, where he received a B.S. in Business Administration.

He will become a member of and represent Bramco-MPS in the Tennessee Roadbuilders Association, the Kentucky Crushed Stone Association and the Indiana Mineral Aggregates Association.

Bramco - Material Processing Solutions (MPS) is the complete source for crushing, screening, material handling, and processing equipment, and the replacement parts and service to support that equipment.


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