Introducing your key contacts
Ken became President of Riteway in 1999. But don’t be fooled by his title, as whilst Ken runs the business and fulfils the senior management roles befitting of his job title, he is very much hands-on when it comes to offering solutions to customers. Ken graduated 1986 with a degree in applied science, specializing in Fluid Power.
He has worked in the industrial industry for over 30 years, taking up positions including sales, plant engineer, assistant production superintendent, plus supervising all trades including millwrights, electricians, and instrument technicians.
Sales & Service
With over 35 years of working in the industrial parts supply industry, including sales and product procurement, Greg brings a vast knowledge of parts and procurement to Riteway. He has undertaken specialist technical training from multiple big-name suppliers within the industrial supply chain. He also boasts a broad knowledge of hydraulic hose and fittings and is equally adept at hands on repairs. Greg also oversees the supplemental manpower operation at Riteway and can call upon a large and diverse retained roster of highly skilled supplemental manpower, to assist jobs of any nature as and when the need arises.
Mike brings over 20 years of sales and service experience in compressed air and gasses to the table. He has acquired factory training from multiple major suppliers. He brings a wealth of knowledge to his customers to help them integrate the most efficient and reliable equipment into their operations.
Leonn joined Riteway in 1997. Previously she worked for 16 years in the automotive industry. She is a Kootenay girl and earned her certificate at Selkirk College Office Administration with an Accounting level I option. Leonn is the person who ensures that the Riteway operation runs like clockwork.