Henderson, Nevada (30 August 2018) - PRESS RELEASE - Xtreme Cubes Corporation has announced that they have appointed Brandon Main as chief executive officer (CEO). Effective immediately, Main will assume strategic responsibility for Xtreme Cubes Corporation, with a dedicated focus on the future growth and development of the business.
Main, a licensed Professional Engineer (Mechanical) in the State of Nevada, is one of the original founders of the Xtreme Cubes division, and together with Xtreme Manufacturing owner, Don Ahern, developed the first Xtreme Cube structure in 2008. Main was appointed vice president of the Xtreme Cube division, and played a leadership role in growing the division, both in terms of identifying new sales and market opportunities, but also utilizing his strong background in Mechanical Engineering to develop the Cube design to better serve the expanding customer base.
As the overall Xtreme Manufacturing business, incorporating Xtreme Cubes, continued to grow, Main was appointed president for Xtreme’s manufacturing operations in Nevada and California in 2015. In this role, Main led a team of more than 250 employees across two sites, encompassing both Xtreme Cube and Xtreme telehandler production.
In 2018, as the Xtreme Manufacturing business saw record levels of demand across all of its product lines, the Xtreme Cubes division became a separate entity, under the Xtreme Cubes Corporation name, enabling it to take full advantage of the market opportunities for its innovative modular building solution.
Ahern, owner of Xtreme Cubes Corporation, said, “With Brandon’s knowledge, passion and drive for the Xtreme Cube product, I knew that he was the right person to lead the business and ensure we reach our full potential. I have no doubt that under Brandon’s direction, we can build a world-class team, and successfully take the Xtreme Cube product to the wider market, both domestically and internationally.”
In his new role as CEO, Main is initially focused upon increasing the efficiency of operational processes to enable the business to meet the current strong demand for its products. Within his strategic plan for the business, Main also is focused on making improvements within product design and production, which will also help to drive greater output capacity. The plan includes a number of strategic additions to the Xtreme Cube team, including business development managers who will help to ensure long-term success, by identifying new market opportunities to keep Xtreme Cube at the forefront of the modular buildings industry.
Main said, “I am really excited about this opportunity, and I am ready to take on the next challenge. It’s fantastic to see where we have been so far, but also what is ahead of us. There is a lot to look forward to.”
To enable Main to assume full responsibility of Xtreme Cubes Corporation, Xtreme Manufacturing has appointed Matt McKinnon as president. Prior to joining Xtreme Manufacturing, Main operated his own engineering consultancy. He is also a commercial pilot.
Photo courtesy of Xtreme Cube Corporation