A New Chapter Begins for Selack and Burton – Link-Belt Excavators

A New Chapter Begins for Selack and Burton

Brad Selack and Michael Burton

Lexington, KY – After over 16 years of dedication, Mr. Bradley Selack is retiring from his position at LBX Company as Director of Engineering, Product Quality & Product Safety.
Selack came to LBX in 2006 as Engineering Manager in Forestry and Material Handling where he oversaw all engineering activities related to forestry, material handling, and the high-reach demolition machines. He is known for his dedication to his work and his commitment to excellence.

During his time at LBX Company, Selack helped to bridge connections, mentor fellow employees, and provide leadership experience as a member of the SLT (Senior Leadership Team).
Mr. Selack said, “It’s hard to leave this place. This has been my second family for 16 years. I will continue to look for red booms along the highways!”
In a statement released by Eric Savauge, President & CEO, he states, “I would like to take this opportunity to thank Brad for his dedication and passion for excellence during the nearly 17 years he spent at LBX. Brad led his Team by example while preparing for his succession plan. We will certainly miss Brad and wish him the very best as he begins his new chapter.”

Michael Burton, former General Manager of Engineering, has now been appointed Director of Engineering, Product Quality, & Product Safety. Selack explains, “It’s time for me to pass the torch to Michael, a very gifted, talented engineer.”

“Michael represents our next generation of leaders and has demonstrated his talent, his resilience, and capabilities as a contributor and as a leader over the past 16 years he has spent at LBX. I am very excited to include him on our Senior Leadership Team as we continue to grow our overall business,” said Eric Sauvage, President & CEO.
Burton is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University with a master’s degree in business administration. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Western Kentucky University.

In a statement, Burton said he is most proud of “being involved from the initial phases, learning design methods, working side by side with SCM engineers in Japan, and seeing the machine built. Being a part of this process makes it very clear why we have the best machine in the industry.”

He continues, “I’m excited about continuing this growth to support our long-term vision. My predecessor, Brad Selack, laid an excellent foundation for me to build upon.”
Burton’s appointment is a sign of LBX Company’s continued commitment to building stronger communities and striving for problem-solving with hard work, creativity, and innovation.

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