KWS Promotes Morton to Engineering Manager

February 27, 2017

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KWS Promotes Morton to Engineering Manager

As part of its efforts to provide customers with unsurpassed quality and service, KWS Manufacturing Company, Ltd has promoted Andrew Morton to the position of engineering manager.

Morton started working at KWS in 2009 as an engineering intern, and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2011. Since 2009, Morton has been an integral part of the KWS engineering department, initially providing project support and eventually earning the position of project manager. As a project manager, Morton led a design team that worked on the most complex bulk material handling projects at KWS.  

“Andrew has done a magnificent job from the day he started here in 2009,” said Bill Mecke, P.E., president of KWS. “The KWS engineering department is the finest in the industry and Andrew Morton is one of the major reasons for our success. Andrew’s engineering knowledge and commitment to our customers help make KWS the industry leader.”

KWS has experienced more than 500 percent growth in revenue over the last 10 years and has become one of the largest conveyor manufacturers in North America. KWS also provides process equipment, such as thermal processors, continuous and batch mixers, and classifiers. Many projects include complete system design with hoppers, structural supports, and controls as part of an engineered solution.  

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