Bramco-Material Processing Solutions, a member of the Bramco family of companies, promoted its general manager, Mark Strader, to be an officer of the company as vice president. This promotion is effective January 1, 2022. Bramco-MPS provides crushing, screening, and processing equipment as well as replacement parts and service. The company represents such brands as Kleemann and Terex MPS.
“Mark joined Bramco-MPS five years ago and brought with him over 20 years of experience in the material processing, crushing and screening industry,” said Michael Brennan, president and chief operating officer of Bramco. “Here at Bramco-MPS, he has overseen growth within this vital segment of our business and has created a culture of collaboration and teamwork with the employees. I am pleased to work with him and look forward to continued success in our material processing business.”
“Our business, like so many, has seen great change during these last few years,” said Strader. “I have always felt that in addition to reputable and solid business partners, you need to rely on your people to grow. We have a great group here at Bramco-MPS and I feel fortunate to work with them and expand my leadership reach.”
Strader has been the general manager for Bramco-MPS since 2019 after joining the company in 2016 as its sales manager. Before joining the Bramco-MPS team, Mark worked with Phoenix Process Equipment Co. for 16 years. He currently is on the Associate Committee for Kentucky Crushed Stone Association and is a member of the Professional Development Committee for Indiana Mineral Aggregates Association. Strader, a Somerset, Ky., native has a degree from Campbellsville University and currently resides in Louisville, Ky., with his wife Jessica and three children.
Bramco Inc. is one of the largest construction, mining and industrial equipment sales, rental and service networks in the country. Bramco is headquartered in Louisville and is the parent company of Brandeis Machinery and Supply in Kentucky and Indiana, and Power Equipment in Tennessee, Northern Mississippi and Arkansas.