Issue: Aug 2013


Kurt Theisen joins Dearborn Mid-West Company’s Life Cycle Improvement Division.



by Alan Tran

Dearborn Mid-West Company (DMW) is pleased to announce the addition Kurt D. Theisen, PMP as a Product Sales Specialist to its Life Cycle Improvement (LCI) Division. Theisen began his DMW career in 1994 as a Mechanical Design Engineer and has since held the position of Mechanical Project Engineer/Project Manager. His portfolio also includes working for Durr Systems, Inc. in Plymouth, MI.

As a DMW LCI Project Sales Specialist, Theisen’s new role includes selling material handling parts, engineering, lubrication systems, health assessments and maintenance programs to the automotive manufacturing industry.

“I am excited to utilize Kurt’s strong automotive plant industry knowledge, engineering, and project management professional skills within Life Cycle Improvement to better serve our clients. He (Theisen) is an asset to our growing team,” stated Timothy Rose, Vice President, Life Cycle Improvement, Dearborn Mid-West Company.

Theisen, who holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and Mechanical Engineering from Wayne State University and an Associate’s Degree in Natural Resources from Eastern Michigan University, is also certified in Project Management Professional (PMP), 6-Sigma Green Belt Training and Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP). Theisen resides in Wyandotte, MI with his two school-aged daughters.

About Dearborn Mid-West Company (DMW):
Dearborn Mid-West Company (DMW) is among the most recognized and respected full-service material handling companies worldwide, since 1947. DMW provides complex “turnkey” material handling systems to the automotive, industrial and bulk markets. With administrative and manufacturing locations in Kansas and Michigan, DMW annual awards include: Top Conveyor System Supplier to Chrysler - since the 1980’s; Ford Motor Company’s Q1 Rating - since 1989; ISO 9001 Certified – since 1997, TAUC Thomas J. Reynolds Award for Excellence in Construction Safety and Health - since 2007; and is recognized by National Maintenance Agreement Policy Committee, Inc. (NMAPC) for superior safety performance. For more information on DMW, visit www.DMWCC.com.

About Dearborn Mid-West Company’s Life Cycle Improvement Division (LCI):
The Life Cycle Improvement Division of DMW is a premier global material handling resource. Offering spare parts, conveyor health inspections, and engineering, fabrication, and field services, LCI uniquely provides a total maintenance solution by combining the best of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) expertise, products and services with the convenience of Maintenance Repair & Operations (MRO) supply and distribution products. For more information on DMW’s LCI Division, visit www.DMWCC.com.

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