Hausman Named President, COO of Delta Rigging & Tools

Thursday, December 08, 2011
Delta Rigging & Tools, Inc. (www.deltarigging.com), one of the largest providers of lifting and rigging products and related services in the United States, said that Mitch Hausman has joined the company as President and Chief Operating Officer. Hausman will rely on more than 30 years experience in the wire rope and  rigging industry to lead Delta Rigging & Tools. “Since our founding in 2004, Delta Rigging & Tools has consistently progressed to become  the leader in lifting and rigging products and services,” said Kevin Rodgers, CEO for Delta  Rigging & Tools. “Mitch’s extensive experience and know-how will help us continue to deliver the safety, service, quality, and value our customers and partners expect. We are constantly  working on new ways to maintain and improve our range of solutions, and Mitch’s strong  background in all phases of the wire rope and rigging industry will help guide Delta Rigging to  even higher levels of performance.” Hausman began his career in 1979 with WireCo World Group in St. Joseph, Missouri. Since  then he has held several key executive positions, including President and CEO with  Southwest Wire Rope, which was acquired by Houston Wire & Cable Company in 2010. In each role Mitch demonstrated the expertise and dedication he applies to every challenge.
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