Jesse Smith, New General Manager for Curb Roller Manufacturing

March 13, 2021 - by commARCH
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Curb Roller Manufacturing   recently announced the appointment of Jesse Smith as the new general manager. 

Who?

Jesse Smith.

When?

March 2021.

Why?

Smith graduated from Fort Hays State University, located in Hays, Kansas, with a Bachelor’s in Agriculture Business.

Smith has 15 years of management experience in the agricultural industry where he was most recently an operations manager for a large farmer’s cooperative. In that role, Smith was responsible for overseeing operational efficiency, personnel logistics, managing large scale construction projects and ensuring compliance with safety regulations.


According to Seth Ulmer, Curb Roller Manufacturing sales manager, Smith has an "outstanding track record in coordinating both internal and external logistics." He believes that Smith will be a valuable asset to their customers as the company begin the new year.

What is the scope of his new role?

Smith will be responsible for ensuring Curb Roller Manufacturing runs smoothly and effectively, from overseeing the day-to-day operations to helping drive production goals.

The newly-appointed general manager feels that the company is "right in line" with his values. He adds "I’m excited to be part of Curb Roller Manufacturing. Not only do they make quality, innovative products for the concrete market, but they’re a hometown company that’s built here in Kansas and dedicated to their customers’ success."

About Curb Roller Manufacturing

Curb Roller Manufacturing has been the world leader in shaped concrete roller screeds for more than 10 years. With high-quality products for everyday concrete work, Curb Roller’s ergonomic machines not only make it easy to shape standard curb, gutter, and sidewalks, but also flume, v-gutter, swale, and other unique shapes. Their flagship product, the award-winning CM4000 Curb Roller, opened the door for additional products like the Hydra-Screed and the battery-powered Batt Screed and corded Eel Screed. For more information: Curb Roller Manufacturing, 112 South Main, Fairview, Kan., 66425; 785-467-3132; info@curbroller.com; www.curbroller.com; or on Facebook.

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