Everidge Updates Workforce with 11 New Hires

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Everidge, the Minneapolis-based maker of walk-ins and prep kitchen equipment, has expanded and updated its 600-person workforce. According to Chris Kahler, the company’s president and CEO, “The expansion of our team over the past 90 days signifies a milestone for our growing organization and allows us to augment product offerings as we invest in our employees and core infrastructure.”

Promotions went to:

  • Ben Collins, a 17-year company veteran, now first shift production supervisor in Winnebago, Minn.
  • Chris Evers, CSR supervisor for eastern territories.
  • George Comb, department manager of the construction services team.
  • Holly Swearingen, account manager/LEAN specialist. 
  • Julie Staples, CSR supervisor in Minneapolis.
  • Paul Meyer, plant manager in Winnebago, Minn.
  • Ray Dolfay, CSR supervisor for western territories.

New hires include:

  • Orville (JR) Beaty, field service technician in Andover, Kans.
  • Lynnette Bulger, general accountant in Minneapolis.
  • Garth Dietrich and Riley Latham, construction services project managers in Minneapolis.  
  • Nicholas Goumas, Dillon Miller, Brian Vedder, construction service technicians.
  • Melissa Johnson, customer service representative.
  • Mike Oswald, aftermarket sales manager.
  • Ramesh Singh, enterprise architect.
  • Ben Tapia, service and warranty manager in Minneapolis.

Everidge has manufacturing facilities in Winnebago, Minn., Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., Andover, Kans., Covesville, Va., and Greeneville, Tenn. Its brands include CrownTonka, International Cold Storage, LoTemp Doors, and ThermalRite.

 

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