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Cemen Tech welcomes new management

May 15, 2015  By  Andrew Macklin

May 15, 2015 – Cemen Tech announced the hiring of a new President/CEO and a new Director of Sales and Marketing. Connor Deering has been named President/CEO and Mark Rinehart has been named the Director of Sales and Marketing. Both have extensive experience in the construction and manufacturing industries.

Deering was most recently Vice-President of Sales and Marketing of Apache Inc., a Cedar Rapids, IA based belt and hose manufacturing firm. Prior to Apache, Deering held the role of Vice President/General Manager – Gas Products and Services Divisions for Mueller Co., a division of the publicly traded company Mueller Water Products, a leader in the manufacturing and sales of water and natural gas distribution products. Deering holds an MBA from Millikin University.

“Cemen Tech has an extensive history as the leader in the volumetric mixing industry,” said Deering. “I am excited to have the opportunity to work with an exceptional team that produces a great product. Our newly redesigned C860 is an example of the quality product that our customers can expect to see in the coming years.”

Cemen Tech introduced the new C860 at the World of Concrete in early February. The new design offers contractors GPS tracking and a new electronic control panel that will allow those in the field the ability to track the exact flow of admixtures and water electronically.


“Mark Rinehart has been instrumental in the advancement of the technology offered on Cemen Tech’s mixers,” said Deering.

Rinehart has an extensive back ground in sales and technology in the construction industry. He was most recently the Director of Technology for Ziegler Caterpillar. Rinehart has a Master’s Degree in Geography/GIS from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

“I am excited to have the opportunity to expand our culture of innovation at Cemen Tech. I look forward to working with our sales staff and helping educate our clients around the globe about the advantages of volumetric mixers,” said Rinehart.

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