Representing the fourth generation of Deister leadership, Richard (Rich) M. Deister has recently been promoted to Executive Vice President of Deister Machine Company, a leading provider of innovative screening, scalping and feeding solutions for the aggregate and mining industries. "Rich has a proven track record for successfully leading large scale initiatives and driving innovation. His leadership skills are well suited to overseeing all operations of the company. As part of our strategic vision, his promotion to executive vice president will further poise our company for long-term growth; and will build upon our legacy of manufacturing excellence," says Irwin F. Deister, Jr., the company's chairman.
Deister Machine CompanyP.O. Box 1
Fort Wayne, IN
- Phone:: (260) 426-7495
- Website: www.deistermachine.com
Deister equipment is customized to specific customer requirements and built to produce material that meets today's rigid specifications. Designed to integrate with all other components within an operation, Deister's reliable separating and sizing equipment is engineered to operate hour after hour, day after day, with minimum attention and maintenance.
Extremely rugged construction is the operator's assurance of long, dependable, trouble-free, operating life from every Deister unit; while lower maintenance costs, uninterrupted production schedules and accurate sizing add up to lower costs per ton.
At Deister, service is personal and responsive as top management is personally interested in ensuring every Deister Machine brings high value and profitable operation to each customer.
Deister backs its equipment with an immediate follow-through parts and service policy, unequaled in the industry.
As to overall satisfaction, a veteran operator from one of the nation's largest aggregate producers is quoted as saying, "Deister reacts with immediate information and overnight parts delivery. More importantly, Deister's policy of adapting their products to our needs before they leave the factory floor helps us achieve greater performance. They don't send us an off-the-shelf model. They fine tune their screens and feeders for our operation . . . you can't beat a Deister." Another operator is quoted as saying "The happiest day for any operator is the day his new Deister machine is delivered to his plant."
Unlike dealing with some of today's major equipment manufacturing conglomerates, you can simply pick up the phone and discuss your operations with Deister - a family-owned and operated company with 100 years experience and counting.