Chore-Time Brock announces staff changes

by Emily Wilson
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Chore-Time Brock, a designer, manufacturer and marketer of systems for the grain, poultry, hog, and egg production industries, recently announced several staff changes in its international business unit and grain conditioning group.

Anderson Nascimento was promoted to controller for CTB’s international business unit. Nascimento will oversee the accounting and control functions of the unit’s facilities in Milford, Indiana; Deurne, the Netherlands; and Londrina, Paraná, Brazil, working closely with the company’s general and regional managers at these locations as well as with the corporate accounting, treasury and legal departments.

Nascimento joined CTB in 1999 as international accounting manager. He previously was a senior financial analyst and assistant controller in the soybean division of Cargill Agricola S.A., São Paulo, Brazil.

He is fluent in Portuguese, English, and Spanish. A native of Paranagua, Paraná, Brazil, Nascimento resides in Pierceton, Indiana, U.S.

Steve Curtis, William Crosby and Eric Dardeen have joined CTB’s grain conditioning group, which is part of Brock Grain and Feed Systems, based in Milford. The grain conditioning group will be based in Indianapolis.

Curtis, who has nearly 20 years of sales and sales management experience, was named product and marketing manager. He will be responsible for sales and marketing of Brock’s grain conditioning equipment.

Crosby was named engineering manager, and will be responsible for overseeing the development of the company’s aeration fan and heater product lines for the grain industry. Crosby has 17 years of experience in engineering grain conditioning equipment.

Dardeen was named senior project engineer and will design fan and heater units.

 

 

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