ISRI member Detroit Edge Tool Company (DETCO) recently announced the changes to their organizational hierarchy. After 40 years of service and 20 years of leading DETCO as one of the primary manufacturers of mobile and stationary shear blades to the recycled materials industry, Ray and John Ebbing are leaving the company to enjoy their well-deserved retirements. Ray and John represented the fourth generation of family ownership.
Effective immediately, the following personnel appointments have been made. Pat Ebbing has been promoted to president and co-owner. Johnny Ebbing has been promoted to vice president of manufacturing and co-owner and Thomas Ebbing joined the business in November 2023 as an estimator. These appointments represent the fifth generation of the Ebbing family running Detroit Edge Tool Company.
Additionally, Detroit Edge announces that Justin Vernick has been promoted to sales manager and Dave Blount promoted to shear blade product manager.
The company is excited about the appointments and looking forward to continued growth in the years ahead!
According to the company press release, DETCO is a fifth generation family business dating back to 1885. DETCO is a leading supplier of machine ways and rails, shear knives, surface grinding, large CNC machining, machine knives, flame hardening, wear plates and liners to industries globally, all while maintaining the values and commitment of a family-owned American manufacturing company.