Superior Boiler Announces New Watertube Representative for the Carolinas

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March 14, 2019

HUTCHINSON, Kan. (March 14, 2019) – Superior Boiler’s Watertube Division, based in Richmond, Virginia, announced today that W.C. Rouse & Son has been named an authorized representative for all products manufactured at Superior’s facility.

“We’re extremely pleased and excited to have W.C. Rouse & Son join our growing sales representative network,” said Nick LeJeune, Superior Boiler-Richmond’s president and general manager. “W.C. Rouse & Son has a long and proud history of providing exceptional service and support to its customer base in North and South Carolina. We’re delighted to add a company of their caliber to our team.”

Superior Boiler’s Hutchinson, Kansas, operations have an existing relationship with W.C. Rouse that goes back several decades.

“W.C. Rouse is one of the finest and most reputable sales representative firms we work with for our firetube boilers and deaerators,” said Gabriel Dauphin, Superior Boiler vice president, sales and marketing. “Having them also join us for industrial watertube boilers will be a win-win for both companies, especially since they already have extensive experience with industrial watertube projects.”

The companies will jointly promote and market watertube boilers and associated boiler room equipment, including service from W.C. Rouse to its assigned territory. W.C. Rouse operates out of Greensboro, North Carolina; Charlotte, North Carolina; and Columbia, South Carolina.

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Jeff Lawley

After graduating from Florida State University with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Jeff Lawley headed up the engineering department at Schaefer Interstate Railing. A few years later, he took an Engineering Sales position here at W.C. Rouse & Son, and over the next 8 years, he worked his way up to the position of President of the company.