New industrial division manager at Cherry

By Lindsay Gale09 October 2014

Cherry recently announced the promotion of Zach Stark to the position of divisional manager of its Industrial Division. He has been with the company for nine years, starting as a burner and ground-man straight out of college. He eventually worked his way up to project manager before assuming his new responsibilities.

Zack says he is excited about his new challenge and the opportunity to grow and learn in the upper management levels of the company. He believes that quality work takes hard work and dedication to the job irrespective of position, whether a ground-man or a manager.

Cherry is a recycling and demolition company based in Houston, Texas. With more than 60 years in business, it specialises in the removal of all types of structures, from highways and bridges, industrial plants and commercial buildings to residences through demolition and other deconstruction techniques. In addition, the company is one of the largest recyclers in Texas and the Gulf Coast.

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