RJL Solutions is expanding with the hiring of Chris Egge as Community and Industry Outreach Manager. Egge’s new role in the Terre Haute office will entail positioning RJL and its clients in a positive light throughout the community, region and state by attending meetings, events, conferences and other networking opportunities.
"After more than five years of witnessing the proven capabilities and results of the RJL team, I count this opportunity to join the team as a privilege to be able to contribute to the group's exciting and promising future," says Egge.
With over 10 years of experience developing annual and capital budgets, prior to RJL, Egge managed the Brampton Brick operations with an annual operating budget of roughly $12.5 million in Farmersburg, Ind. Brampton Brick is highly automated and the second newest plant in North America, where they manufactured 227 different products on one manufacturing line and primarily sell through a network of 411 distributors.
In his new position, Egge will aid the Director of Business Development, T.J. Collett, in managing high-level customer service for prospective and current clients, identifying profitable business opportunities and developing long-term business growth opportunities. Beyond this, Egge will be building strong working relationships with community and industry leaders as well as elevating RJL Solutions' professional development offerings for current and future employees. His vast experience in manufacturing will support niche markets for current and future RJL clients.
“I believe Chris’s experience and skillsets, both professionally and personally, are an asset to RJL Solutions, which is why this decision to bring him on was so organic,” says CEO, Rachel Leslie. “He is joining the RJL family with an innovative perspective to help us continue to grow, and we are excited to have him.”
Egge feels compelled to serve the community in any way possible. This unique opportunity at RJL allows Egge to interact with communities across the state of Indiana continue to grow in his own personal mission to help the grow Indiana, the state he calls home.