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Kemper Equipment Names Chris Rettew to Head Up Its Sales Team

Rettew brings more than 25 years of experience in engineering and sales of quarry and mining equipment.

Tue January 27, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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Chris Rettew will direct company sales strategies and head up Kemper Equipment’s sales team.
Chris Rettew will direct company sales strategies and head up Kemper Equipment’s sales team.

Kemper Equipment President Greg Donecker recently announced the addition of Chris Rettew as sales director. Rettew started his career at Penn Crusher in Broomall, Pa., and brings more than 25 years of experience in engineering and sales of quarry and mining equipment, including work for major global manufacturers. Rettew worked as a crushing and screening product manager for Sandvik (Svedala) for 18 years and most recently worked for Metso the last six years on capital projects.

With his broad knowledge of applications, product line management and capital projects Rettew brings an understanding of material handling equipment and processes from construction aggregate to industrial minerals, specifically lime and mined ores. He will direct company sales strategies and head up Kemper Equipment’s sales team.

Donecker said, “I am excited to add Chris Rettew to the Kemper team. His vast experience in the industry as an application specialist will only enhance what we have to offer to producers in the aggregate and non-construction marketplace.”




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