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Thompson promoted at Brock Grain Systems

Tauren Thompson promoted to product technical group manager.

Tauren Thompson has been promoted to product technical group manager for Brock Grain Systems, according to Mark Dingeldein, new product development director for the CTB Inc. business unit. Thompson’s new responsibilities in this position include managing the product technical group, supporting the Brock dealer network, and working with sales, customer support, engineering, and dealers to improve Brock products.

A CTB employee since 2017, Thompson previously served as product specialist for Brock Grain Systems. During his tenure in this role, he served as a resource for the company’s customer service representatives and engineers as well as offered his expertise in the design and building of special orders. Thompson joined Brock with 10 years of experience with the roles of service engineer and warranty manager in the agricultural machinery industry

Thompson is a graduate of Purdue University, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in agriculture systems management with a minor in agribusiness. He is originally from Fort Wayne, Indiana, and currently resides in Granger, Indiana.

Part of the CTB Inc. family of companies, Brock Grain Systems is a global provider of grain storage, handling, conditioning and structural systems. Brock has a long tradition of developing industry-leading, innovative products and a reputation for delivering Brock Solid reliability and durability. Founded in 1957, Brock offers systems under the Brock and LeMar brands. The company operates facilities in Indiana, Iowa and Missouri and features an extensive dealer network.


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