Company continues to experience significant growth in sales and equipment
Cookeville – Ironclad Equipment, LLC (Ironclad), a construction trucking service in and around Cookeville, continues to grow and hire after hiring former police officer Mitch Harrington to its growing team.
Harrington retired earlier this year after devoting over 30 years of service as a police officer. He is highly decorated and earned the Medal of Valor and Purple Heart Award in 2016. After suffering severe burns in an attempt to rescue residents from a burning housing complex in 2016, Harrington created Harrington For Hope, a charity which raises funds for child burn survivors to attend Camp Hope.
“We are honored to welcome Mitch to our team,” says Owner Chad Gilbert. “His values and dedication to community speak volumes to his character and is a great addition to our growing company.”
For more information about Harrington For Hope visit https://harringtonforhope.org/.
This year we continue to experience significant growth in sales and equipment increasing our need to expand our employee base. Since June we have hired 3 new truck drivers and are planning to hire more.
Harrington’s hire is just the beginning of a hiring trend for Ironclad. If you are in the market or in search of work call (931) 650-5599.
“We pride ourselves on our cost-effective, turnkey solutions for your every project,” said Ironclad in a release to the Upper Cumberland Business Journal. “This is made possible by our extensive experience, industry know-how and strong core values. With our fleet of dump trucks and local truck drivers we can handle your hauling needs with efficient operations, preventive maintenance, and safety standards already in place. If you are looking for a cost-effective way of transporting dirt and aggregates, we have solutions for you.”
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