Ben Epps Promoted to Vice President of Operations at Excellance, Inc.

Ben Epps Promoted to Vice President of Operations at Excellance, Inc.

Press Release Dec 14, 2017

Excellance is pleased to announce the promotion of Ben Epps from Operations Manager to Vice President of Operations. Ben has been with Excellance for seven years and has worked in materials handling, Production (weld and paint), used unit sales and Quality Assurance.

The management responsibilities Ben will gain include Engineering, Quality Assurance and Facility Maintenance.

During his tenure at Excellance, Ben has coordinated many facility and operations improvement projects that have helped improve quality, production flow, profitability and corporate communication.

Ben’s education at the University of Alabama and his seven years of experience at Excellance allow him to bring a strong work ethic and company focus to his new position.


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