Tindall Corporation’s South Carolina Division promoted Tim Welborn to the position of Plant Manager. With more than 30 years of manufacturing, operations and human resource experience, his progression within the company will aid in furthering department goals and advancing the company’s management expertise.
“Tim has made exceptional contributions to the team during his short time with Tindall, and we are proud to see him step into a leadership role within our Division,” said David Britt, Vice President and General Manager of Tindall’s South Carolina Division. “I’m confident that he will continue to bring improvements and efficiencies to the team as we enter a new chapter of opportunities.”
Welborn joined Tindall in 2019 to aid in the launch of the Tindall Superior Lightweight All-Purpose Beam™ (T-SLAB) product line. In his new management role, Welborn is responsible for overseeing all day-to-day plant operations. He will be instrumental in implementing and enforcing safety policies and supporting production employees as needed.
“Tindall is an ideal company to work for as they have proven to be a leader in the industry and places value on continuous improvement for all employees,” said Welborn. “I’m looking forward to continuing my journey with the South Carolina Division as Plant Manager.”
Welborn graduated from Clemson University with a degree in administrative management and also attended Greenville Technical College for mechanical engineering. He has extensive experience in manufacturing and operations with companies such as JTEKT Automotive and Hartness International.
To learn more about Tindall Corporation, visit https://tindallcorp.com/.
Headquartered in Spartanburg, S.C., Tindall Corporation is one of the largest precast concrete manufacturers in North America. With five production facilities located throughout the Mid-Atlantic, Southeastern, and South-Central United States, Tindall provides engineering, manufacturing, shipping and installation solutions for precast, prestressed concrete systems and underground utility structures.