IronCraft Names New CFO

IronCraft, LLC (“IronCraft”), formerly branded Titan Implement, has named Arden Schwandt as its new CFO replacing retiring Titan CFO Mike Hutsell.  He comes to IronCraft after serving as the CFO of M-D Building Products, an Oklahoma-based building products manufacturer. Previously Schwandt spent 27 years at The Charles Machine Works Inc., the parent company of Ditch Witch, serving in a variety of accounting and finance roles both in corporate and dealership settings.  He holds a BS in Organizational Leadership from Southern Nazarene University and an MBA from Oklahoma State University.  He is also a CPA and was honored as a Gold Medal Winner by the Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants as the top scorer on the CPA Exam in the State of Oklahoma.  As CFO of the Athens, Tennessee based manufacturer of compact construction attachments and agricultural implements, Schwandt will oversee accounting, finance, and FP&A functions.
IronCraft CEO Pat Kozlowski stated, “We’re thrilled to have Arden join the IronCraft team.  He is not only a team player but a team builder. Dealers and sales channel partners are vital to our growth, so with his corporate and dealership experience, Arden will be invaluable addition to the organization.”
“I’m humbled and honored to serve as the CFO of IronCraft,” said Schwandt.  “The entire leadership team is committed to provide an unparallel customer experience for both end customers and dealer partners.  We’re focused on growing the IronCraft brand by providing quality products and service.”
About IronCraft, LLC
IronCraft, LLC, founded in 2014 under the Titan Implement brand by the Turner family, is a leading manufacturer of agricultural implements and skid steer attachments catering to a variety of applications such as agriculture, landscaping, light construction, and more. Based in east Tennessee, IronCraft offers an extensive range of rotary cutters, rotary tillers, box blade scrapers, grader blades, landscape rakes, disc harrows, and skid steer attachments. For more information, please visit

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