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Kevin Hambrice, Chief Executive Officer
A Renewed Investment in Serving Customers and Ensuring Their Success
3 November 2021
TerraSource Global (“TSG”) is excited to announce that Right Lane Industries (“RLI”), a growth-oriented industrial holding company with a broad portfolio of successful domestic manufacturing companies, has acquired a majority ownership position in TSG from Hillenbrand, Inc.
Commensurate with RLI’s investment, Kevin Hambrice has been appointed TSG’s new Chief Executive Officer. Kevin is a seasoned leader with over two decades of success in sales, consulting, marketing and executive roles across multiple industrial companies. Kevin says, “I am honored and excited to lead a company with such rich heritage across our three legendary machine brands: Jeffrey Rader, Gundlach, and Pennsylvania Crusher.”
“Most importantly, I am excited to further strengthen the trusting partnerships that we are privileged to share with our outstanding and dedicated global customer base,” Kevin notes. “TSG has cultivated dedicated relationships with hundreds of companies over the years, and this trust has to be re-earned every year, during each and every transaction and conversation with them.”
“I can assure the market, our customers, and our competitors that no one is going to outwork or outperform the TerraSource team in engaging customers and making sure we are doing everything to ensure they are getting the best and most timely service, the most informed insights, and the highest performing, cost-effective equipment for their specific application needs.”
In the coming weeks, regularly check www.terrasource.com and our LinkedIn and Facebook pages for more updates and information about the new TerraSource and how we’re going to be changing the ways people think about the possibilities of material crushing, feeding, screening and conveying.