Carson tapped to head AEM aggregates statistics committee
Yankton, S.D. – Feb. 27, 2012 – The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) has selected KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens’ marketing manager, Lisa Carson, to serve as the head of the Aggregates Statistics Committee for 2012.
The Aggregates Statistics Committee, which consists of 13 reporting brands, is designed to provide the most accurate and timely industry data available to be used for market share calculation, forecasting and resource planning. As chairman of the committee, Carson is responsible for leading each meeting, webinar and teleconference, as well as providing agendas and minutes.
Debbie Carson, statistics manager for AEM, said that Lisa Carson’s experience and enthusiasm made her the prime candidate for the position.
“Lisa’s confidence and knowledge in the aggregates industry makes her the perfect choice to lead the committee,” Debbie Carson said. “I am grateful to be working with such a cheerleader of our industry.”
Lisa Carson, who has led KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens’ marketing department for the past four years, said she was eager to take on additional responsibilities in the industry and work together with other manufacturers to provide important industry data. KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens is a worldwide leader in manufacturing equipment for the aggregate, construction, paving, and recycling industries.
“The Association of Equipment Manufacturers does a fantastic job of uniting manufacturers and creating a strong voice for its members and the industries it represents,” she said. “I hope to contribute strong organizational skills and knowledge of the industry to create a successful committee that provides valuable content to other manufacturers.”
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