Cyclonaire Announces Leadership Change

Cyclonaire, a leading provider of pneumatic conveying solutions, announced the appointment of John Elliot as business development manager – cementitious materials.

John Elliot

Elliot succeeds Zach Turner, who has agreed to stay on through May 17 to successfully transition all key accounts and opportunities.

“We are excited to welcome John Elliot to the Cyclonaire team as our new business development manager – cement,” said Mike Colella, vice president sales and marketing at Cyclonaire. “His extensive experience and deep understanding of bulk material handling will be instrumental in expanding our market presence and strengthening relationships with our valued clients.”

Elliot will be responsible for identifying new business opportunities, fostering strategic partnership, and managing growth in the cement sector. His leadership and industry knowledge will play a vital role in driving Cyclonaire’s position as a trusted partner in the sector.

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