Flexco adds three employees at Bolingbrook, Illinois, facility
Tina Grady Barbaccia | August 11, 2011
Flexco has hired three new employees to its facility in Bolingbrook, Ill. Kevin Moran and Mike Mass were appointed project managers, while Joel Wagner was brought to Flexco as a design engineer to support its transfer chute product line.
Moran and Mass are responsible for initiating, managing, and executing project plans, working as liaisons between the customer, design team, application engineers, and sales team to ensure that all aspects of projects are executed correctly. In the project manager role, Moran and Mass oversee project progression for Flexco Controlled Flow Material Transfer Systems, which use the the controlled-flow technology, Tasman Warajay Technology.
“Flexco material transfer systems really do present an unparalleled opportunity to increase efficiency and reduce problems for our customers,” Moran said. “Incorporating Tasman Warajay Technology into a transfer chute system can boost an operation’s output by significantly reducing spillage and delivering the maximum amount of material to the desired destination.”
Bringing 20 years of project management experience to the Flexco team, Mass commented that he hopes to use his “technical background to further advance the successful reputation that Flexco has in the industry.”
Wagner adds 16 years of experience designing vibratory process equipment to the transfer chutes line. In his position as design engineer, Wagner will primarily be responsible for designing vibrating fines trays.
For more than 27 years, Flexco has been solving transfer point challenges with the most powerful controlled-flow technology on the market: Tasman Warajay Technology. These systems not only improve throughput, but also reduce excessive dust, spillage, plugging, downtime, belt wear, and combustion dangers.
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