October 4, 2017
Triple/S Dynamics announces the appointment of Kenneth Everill as its new president.
Everill began his career as a naval flight officer and spent his active duty years deploying to the Western Pacific, as well as the Kuwaiti Theatre of Operations for Desert Shield/Desert Storm. He retired from the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve in 2010 with the rank of colonel, after deploying to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Everill‘s civilian career has been highlighted with over 20 years of sales and general management experience with process automation products in the industrial sector. “Ken brings a leadership skillset to the table for Triple/S, and going forward, the future of the company will benefit from his business acumen and leadership ability. The future is very bright for Triple/S Dynamics,” said Ned Thompson, chairman of KMC Global.
“I am excited to be a part of this management team,” said Everill. “The 128-year history of the company and the engineered products designed and manufactured by Triple/S Dynamics are incredible, and I’m confident we can build a stronger organization based on this foundation.”
Everill holds a BS in Computer Science (General Engineering) from the U.S. Naval Academy and an MBA in Sales/Marketing from the University of West Florida.
Since 1888, Triple/S Dynamics has been a leading manufacturer of equipment for the process industries, including the Slipstick, the original horizontal motion conveyor, the Texas Shaker vibrating screen, and the Sutton line of density separators and stoners. Triple/S Dynamics is part of the KMC Global group of companies.
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