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Schust announces new Director of Business Development for Industrial Minerals

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Schust, a member of the Scheuch Group and a provider of turnkey industrial ventilation solutions, has announced that Daniel Locke has been named Director of Business Development – Industrial Minerals. The addition of Locke will provide North American cement producers access to air pollution control technology, and he is hoped to provide customers with a wide range of products, services and support through Schust.

Locke has nearly five years of sales and technical experience in the industrial minerals and energy industries, helping customers safely achieve lower emissions, higher reliability, and a lower total cost of ownership. “I don’t just sell services or products,” said Locke. “I generate what I call MBOs, measurable business outcomes that are based on a win-win partnership.”

“Daniel will be a valuable asset as he finds solutions that help our clients achieve their business goals,” said John Rothermel, Schust President.

Locke will be responsible for helping customers achieve their environmental, financial, health and safety goals. “I look forward to providing measurable business outcomes to our customers that have both an immediate and long-term positive impact,” Locke added.

Locke has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Southern Mississippi. Locke can also be found at the local high school coaching students to realise their fullest potential in track and field.

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