Meet the cenexpert®

Kevin Meyer

Kevin Meyer

Quality Assurance and Technical Services Specialist

Meyer started with CHS in the fall of 2017 as a Quality Assurance and Technical Services Specialist. His role includes assisting with diesel, gas and lubricant questions from distributors and users. He works to ensure the manufacturing plants and cooperatives/distributors are maintaining product quality. He previously worked at a state-run fuels testing lab after graduating from University of Wisconsin – Madison with a Bachelor of Science degree.


Meyer’s expertise is in quality control of lubrications, diesel and gasoline. He particularly enjoys finding solutions to help keep farmers’ equipment running smooth and improving production processes to help create efficiencies and optimizations.


When not working, Meyer enjoys hiking, biking, snowshoeing and snowboarding. While outdoors, he also enjoys taking photos of his adventures.

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