DuraClass Names Collins, Terry as New Associates

Mon September 15, 2014 - National Edition
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DuraClass recently announced the hire of Ray Collins as plant manager of its manufacturing facility in Tishomingo, Miss.
DuraClass recently announced the hire of Ray Collins as plant manager of its manufacturing facility in Tishomingo, Miss.
DuraClass recently announced the hire of Ray Collins as plant manager of its manufacturing facility in Tishomingo, Miss. DuraClass announced the hire of Jeffery Terry as the new continuous improvement engineer.


DuraClass recently announced the hire of Ray Collins as plant manager of its manufacturing facility in Tishomingo, Miss. Collins has spent the past 32 years in the automotive industry, with an extensive background in materials planning, customer service, logistics, production and plant management. Before joining DuraClass, Collins held the role of plant manager for an automotive safety systems and components company in Texas.

DuraClass also announced the hire of Jeffery Terry as the new continuous improvement engineer. Terry has expertise in the automotive industry and has ten years of technical experience, most recently as technical supervisor for a leading automotive lighting manufacturer in Alabama.

“Ray brings with him a wide array of knowledge and talents that will fit well with the DuraClass team,” said Steve McDonough, general manager of DuraClass. “With his unique background, Jeffery is a valuable asset in providing our customers with the highest quality products. We are very pleased to have them both on board.”

DuraClass designs and manufactures a comprehensive range of premium class 3 to 8 dump bodies, hoists and related equipment and offers more than 100 years of engineering and manufacturing expertise.