In his new role, Casanova is to work closely with Superior’s product development process, support equipment sales and conduct customer research to drive new products that lower cost per tonne for aggregate producers.
Casanova comes to Superior after serving in a similar role for the last decade-and-half at Astec’s KPI-JCI operations in Yankton, South Dakota. He is a graduate of nearby South Dakota State University where he earned a degree in mechanical engineering.
Jarrod Felton, a senior vice president with the manufacturer, says: “Brett is an old farm kid with a strong work ethic that fits perfectly into our culture at Superior. We’re proud he’s a new member of our crew and look forward to rolling up our sleeves and solving wet processing challenges.”