Houston-based equipment provider Industrial Service Solutions (ISS) has added shredder and recycling veteran Dan Mihuc to its staff. With almost two decades of experience, Mihuc will serve as director of engineering for the company’s recycling group.
Prior to joining ISS, Mihuc served as director of metal sales/project manager at Atlanta-based Engineered Recycling Systems. Before that, he served as project engineer for OmniSource Corp., which is owned by the Fort Wayne, Ind.-based Steel Dynamics.
“We are very fortunate to add someone with Dan’s experience and qualifications to our organization,” says Bill Tigner, vice president of ISS-Recycling Technologies. “With new nonferrous plants, complete automobile shredder systems, and AmeriMex AC and DC Motors and controls, as well as overseeing the other areas we are bringing to the scrap metal industry, such as shredder emissions and controls, Dan will be able to lead us to the forefront of one of the fastest growing divisions within ISS.”
Mihuc will be based in Chicago. Among his many responsibilities will be taking over the management of the new 7090 shredder being installed in Houston in the first quarter of 2022.
ISS offers complete stationary shredders, including castings and wear parts, AmeriMex motors and controls, emission controls, shredder explosion mitigation, and the Taurus US line of scrap shears and balers.
Body image courtesy of ISS. Caption: Dan Mihuc is Industrial Service Solutions–Recycling Technologies’ new director of engineering.