Dramm Welcomes Two More to the Team
The Dramm Corp. has welcomed Steven Collins to the DRAMMwater team as a field support and service manager. Collins will be part of its growing DRAMMwater team, focused on helping customers with the installation, commissioning and support of their Complete Water Management projects. In this capacity, Collins will be working with our field service team, project manager, engineering team, and our customers directly to provide technical help as they install our systems. Collins will work onsite with these customers to commission and service their equipment. This addition will allow Dramm to add to its capacity as they deliver water and irrigation projects throughout North America and the world.
Collins joins Dramm with years of experience in field service and water system service and maintenance. Most recently, he spent the last seven years with USP Technologies managing the field service team and working with customers to install, startup and maintain chemical pumping systems.
The Dramm Corporation has produced quality products and solutions for growers for over 75 years. Founded in 1941 with the invention of the 400AL Waterbreaker, the Dramm Corporation continues to innovate to help its customers flourish. This continues as Dramm now offers complete irrigation and water management design. DRAMMwater was founded more than 10 years ago to help growers improve the efficiency, use and cleanliness of their water.
The Dramm Corporation has also welcomed Tim Reusch as a national project sales manager for DRAMMwater. In this role, Reusch will focus on project sales for its complete water integration services. Working directly with growers and alongside our distribution partners, he will advise growers on best management practices for water management and irrigation while helping them to design complete systems. Reusch brings experience in the vegetable, indoor and vertical farming space, and will primarily concentrate on working with those customers. Reusch rounds out the DRAMMwater sales team and will be working directly with Jared Babik. “The two make an excellent team for advising growers on the right tools for water management,” says Kurt Becker, executive vice president of the Dramm Corporation. “We are very happy to have Tim back on the team!”
Dramm works with growers, taking a holistic approach to water management, to provide entire system solutions that incorporate everything from source to plant stem. We take responsibility for the engineering, component supply and project management. This approach allows Dramm to manage the entire process and provide the customer with one responsible vendor to ensure systems are integrated completely and operate properly.
Reusch returns to Dramm after three years working for Artemis and IUNU. While at Artemis, he worked with growers to evaluate and implement cultivation management software that enables growers to effectively management their people, plants, and processes with one platform. Reusch was also part of the team from Artemis that was later acquired by IUNU, an AI computer vision company that collected data for growers, giving them crop analysis and yield forecasting capabilities. Prior to leaving Dramm, Reusch was the western technical sales manager for four years.