Read about staff promotions and new hires in industry.
Thermex-Thermatron Inc., Louisville, KY, has promoted Zoltan "Zoly" Bogdan to vice president and manager of Kentucky operations. The radio frequency/microwave systems manufacturer also has named several people to its technical and sales teams: Brian Kruer, Joe Fox and Matt East have joined the technical group; David L. Farris and Mark Isgrigg have joined the sales team.
Loren F. Slartman, founder of Slartman Infrared Systems Inc., Cherry Valley, IL, will represent Red-Ray Manufacturing Co. Inc., Cliffside Park, NJ, as sales agent. Slartman has more than 35 years of combustion and infrared process heating experience.
Glenro Inc., Paterson, NJ, has promoted Richard Hoffmann to regional sales manager for the Southeast and South Central office. Hoffmann will handle sales engineering duties for western Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. In addition, Alan Fletcher has joined Glenro's sales team and will handle sales in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas and Louisiana.
John "Jack" Marino was promoted to senior vice president of technology and business development of Hauck Manufacturing Co., Lebanon, PA.
Action Instruments, San Diego, has promoted Fred Noble to vice president of marketing. Noble will oversee all marketing for Action Instruments' products and Eurotherm Chessell Recorders USA.
Fedders Corp., Liberty Corner, NJ, has appointed Stephen Fox president of Trenton, NJ-based Melcor Corp. Melcor is the thermal technology products division of Fedders.
William S. Mitchell of Mitchell & Associates, Yuma, AZ, is celebrating his 50th year in the oven business. Mitchell represents Yuma, AZ-based Mayberry's Custom Metal Fabrication Inc.
Chuck Campbell was named general manager for Amesbury, MA-based Munters Corp.'s newly formed dehumidification division. Located in Selma, TX, the dehumidification division was created when Munters' Cargocaire and DryCool businesses were consolidated. Munters also promoted Gail Cassin to corporate information technology manager.
November 2, 2000