CEMCO celebrates its 60th anniversary
New changes have taken place in CEMCO’s 60th year under Jennifer Hise-Trujillo, the company’s new president. Additionally, Hise-Trujillo’s husband, Joseph, has taken ownership of the company’s crushing school training program, accompanied by CEMCO’s Chairman of the Board and former president, Neil Hise. Neil Hise’s wife, Ty Juana Hise, remains in her role as CFO of CEMCO.
Mason R. Hise, Neil Hise’s father, made his dream of owning and growing a business a reality in 1962. That opportunity came through the purchase of Crusher Service Company, a fledgling repair service that specialized in rebuilding crusher rolls and jaw plates. Although the first year of CEMCO’s operation was difficult, with tight resources and hard work, the family remained persistent. Hise’s mother led administrative efforts and both father and son worked on the jobsite.
“We’ve seen tremendous growth in the past 60 years, but this is only the beginning,” said Hise-Trujillo. “As we enter this new era, I’m excited to see the expanded innovations to come and the new relationships we’ll build with operations worldwide.”
CEMCO is a company built by people who grew up in the industry and have a deep commitment to serving their customers in the mining and aggregate industries and beyond. With the leadership of Hise-Trujillo, material processing businesses that collaborate with CEMCO can effectively set up a customized system to reduce downtime and increase efficiency.