Keaton Turner is shaking up the mining sector, with a unique business model and company vibe that is drawing attention inside and outside the industry.
At 27, he founded Turner Mining Group and started earning major stripping, crushing and overburden removal contracts across the United States. Today he has over 250 employees and adding, all sourced and hired via social media.
Turner relies heavily on a quickly scalable fleet of rental equipment, including Volvo EC480 excavators and A40 and A45 articulated haul trucks, leaning heavily on Volvo dealers across the United States to provide the machines and support the equipment needs of this dynamic company.
Keaton's positive spirit pulses through the company. Turner’s social media sites are populated with photos of confident operators and tough equipment, with messages that inspire. He says, “Have fun in life, and enjoy your work and the people around you. In the end, all we have is our life experiences ― the memories we’ve shared with the people we’ve impacted along the way. Our people have passion, and they love the work they do.”
Keaton Turner is shaking up the mining sector through a unique business model and company culture, known as their ‘vibe.’ At 27, he founded Turner Mining Group and started earning major stripping, crushing and overburden removal contracts across the United States. Today he has over 250 employees and adding, all sourced and hired via social media.
Ride along with Keaton Turner for a six minute interview to find out why he risked all to start Turner Mining Group, the one skill he seeks in any potential employee, and the advice he has for 13 year olds looking for a future in mining and construction.
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