Brandeis Machinery

Brandeis Machinery and Supply, a Bramco company, introduced Corey Wall as the new vice president, regional sales for the Indiana market. Wall will be based out of the Brandeis Indianapolis, Ind., branch. "Corey is a great addition to the Brandeis sales management team.

Brandeis Machinery and Supply, a Bramco company, had announced the promotion of David Coultas to president. Coultas succeeds Gene Snowden and assumed his responsibilities for the entire Brandeis operation starting Jan. 1. "David Coultas has spent this past year preparing for this role.

Bramco-Material Processing Solutions (MPS), a member of the Bramco family of companies, has announced the promotion of Mark Strader to general manager. Strader succeeds Gary Hirsch, who retired Dec. 31, 2018. Bramco-MPS provides crushing, screening, material handling and processing equipment as well as replacement parts and service.

Brandeis Machinery & Supply Company, located in Louisville, Ky., recently announced the appointment of Cory Edwards as the company's used equipment manager upon the retirement of Ron Weir. Edwards comes to this position from within the company, having served as a sales representative at the Brandeis Paducah branch since 2005.

When Sennebogen material handlers became available in America, Bob Childress was one of the first to put a green machine into service on the Ohio River. Now, he is one of the latest Sennebogen purchasers, too. “I bought one of the first Sennebogen 825 M units from Brandeis Machinery and Supply [the local Sennebogen dealer] for Lanham River Terminal” Childress said.

Brandeis Machinery & Supply Company announces the recent appointment of Lee Heffley as Vice President, Regional Sales Manager. Heffley joined Bramco-MPS (formerly JFT and now a Brandeis sister company) as Sales Manager in 2001 and was named Vice President of Sales in 2007.

Takeuchi-US has announced Brandeis Machinery & Supply Co. as its newest dealer in North America. Brandeis Machinery —headquartered in Louisville, Ken., has been a successful dealer for 106 years after opening its doors back in 1908. Brandeis will carry the full Takeuchi line of compact earthmoving equipment in its Fort Wayne, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Evansville, Ind., and Louisville, Ky., branches covering the respective markets.

A cohort of new distributors is expanding the reach of Kleemann mineral processing equipment in the United States. In 2010, Kleemann added nine new firms to its existing line-up of distributors, where it joins other product lines from Wirtgen America Inc., including asphalt reclaiming and recycling equipment from Wirtgen, asphalt and soil compactors from Hamm Compaction Division and asphalt pavers from Vögele America Inc.

North American construction equipment distributors have elected Dennis Kruepke to the position of 2011 chairman of Associated Equipment Distributors (AED). Kruepke is president and CEO of McCann Industries, Addison, Ill., the Case dealer serving the Chicago metro area.

Gary P. Hirsch has been appointed to the position of vice president — crane and material handling division of Bramco. He also has served in executive positions with Terex and Ingersoll Rand prior to joining Bramco. Hirsch will continue his leadership role in promoting crane and material handling products within Brandeis Machinery & Supply Company and Power Equipment Company.

The world was a different place in 1908 when businessman Robert E. Brandeis founded Brandeis Machinery & Supply Company in Louisville, Kentucky. The United States consisted of only 46 states. Men like Frederick Cook and Robert Peary were trying to tame a new frontier: the North Pole.