Superior Die Set Announces Personnel Moves

The supplier of die sets, mold bases, pins/bushings and other products recently welcomed a new process engineer and appointed a new representative for Missouri, Kansas and Southern Illinois.

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Superior Die Set’s new process engineer, Brandon Haffelder, is tasked with improving on manufacturing efficiency and accuracy while improving product flow. Haffelder is a recent graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a degree in Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering. During his time at UWM Brandon interned for two years as a Manufacturing Engineer, and prior to that he served 7 years in the United States Air Force.

In other news, Derrick Gilane, outside sales engineer, will represent the company in Missouri, Kansas, and Southern Illinois. Since 2003, he has been working at Superior in different departments learning the Superior ways. While working, Derrick  continued his college education and earned his Bachelor’s degree in 2011 from Cardinal Stritch University in Business Administration.

Founded in 1923, Superior Die Set is a manufacturer of die sets, mold bases, pins/bushings, three platen presses, cut-and-ground machined plate, fabrications and forging products.

Still operated by the Janiszewski family – now in the 4th generation - operates four plants: two in the United States, and two in Europe.