Susanne Veatch, a second-generation owner, is actively involved in the development of the long-term strategic vision of the company while directing the sales and marketing functions. Susanne grew up working in the company and has served in every department at some point in her career. Prior to joining Kinze in 2005, she worked for Caterpillar Inc. as a systems analyst. An Iowa native, Veatch holds dual degrees from Iowa State University in Management Information Systems and Finance.
Exactly 50 years since Jon Kinzenbaw opened his own welding shop, he shares a message of thanks.
Veterans Day, observed on November 11 of each year, is the day that we as Americans ensure veterans know how deeply we appreciate the sacrifices they have made in order to keep our country free.
If you've passed by Kinze headquarters in recent weeks you may have noticed a new addition to our collection of Kinze yard art. A big yellow, commemorative "50" in the field along Interstate-80.
2015 marks a milestone year for Kinze Manufacturing as we celebrate our 50 year anniversary.
We asked you to submit photos of your Kinze planters out in the field this planting season, and the response has been spectacular, to say the least.
Has it really been 50 years? Hard to believe but it's true. Kinze turned 50 this year.
As we give thanks to all of you for another wonderful year at Kinze, we reflect on the many blessings bestowed upon us this holiday season. How humbling it is to see all the hard work and dedication that has brought us to this point.
With the global population growing exponentially, the role of America's farm families is more important than ever.
There are many keys to succeeding in the farm equipment industry, but it really boils down to two things: good people and good products. Kinze is fortunate to have good people who design, build, market and distribute some of the best planters and grain carts in the industry.
We're extremely pleased to announce that Kinze COO Brian McKown has been elected to the ag sector board of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). This is a tremendous honor for Brian who is very deserving of this opportunity. Those who know him can agree that Brian will prove to be an invaluable addition to the AEM board.