Exodus Machines is Now Exodus Global Connect Work Tools’ parent company, Exodus Machines announces an organizational name change to Exodus Global to reflect its expanding manufacturing operations. Exodus Global is a privately held business, located in Superior, WI that includes a group of companies – ShearCore, BladeCore, OilQuickUSA and Connect Work Tools. Connect Work Tools is proud part of the Exodus Global family […]
Chris Fodor joined the Connect Work Tools team as the Regional Business Manager for the Northeast this fall.
Dave Cowen – Connect’s Director of Sales It’s that time – time to get to know our fearless leader – Dave Cowen, Director of Sales. Dave has been happily married to his wife, Tammy for 29 years and they have two grown sons – Alex (24) and Kyle (22), along with much loved fur babies. […]
Meet Cheri Boreen, Connect Work Tools’ Parts Specialist and the voice you often hear when calling for parts. Cheri loves getting to know her customers.
Connect Work Tools CH Series – Hydraulic Hammers are highly productive hydraulic hammers that can handle the most extreme projects. 15 models available.
Get to know Connect Work Tools’ James Boughton, Southeast Regional Sales Manager and Technical Support.
James calls Georgia home, has four kids ages 3 to 23 and his wife Ashley (definitely his better half) is an ER nurse in Atlanta.
Meet Todd from the Connect Work Tools team. Todd has spent the last decade working in this industry.
Connect Work Tools wants you to meet Mark Richter – Western Regional Sales Manager. He is excited to be back working in the Western US and Canada region where he grew up as a kid.
Meet Chris Mayer – CWT Regional Sales Manager – Northeast Chris Mayer is our regional sales manager for the Northeast region, and we are happy that he joined our team recently! The lucky man has been married to his wife, Holly for almost 31 years and they have three daughters, Clancey, Adison and Riley – […]
Exodus Machines and branches – BladeCore, Connect Work Tools, OilQuickUSA, and Shear Core – have been deemed an essential business and is excluded from the State of Wisconsin “Safer at Home” Order effective March 24.