Eurotherm by Schneider Electric, Ashburn, Va., appointed Peter Sherwin to global business development leader for heat treatment. Sherwin has eight years of experience at Eurotherm and more than 20 years of operations, marketing and sales experience within the global heat treatment industry. Eurotherm supplies process and temperature instruments and systems, specializing in solutions that provide precision control, secure data recording and advanced power control.

Reading Bakery Systems, Robesonia, Pa., a manufacturer of baking and process systems, promoted Shane Hanlon to director, parts sales and service. In this position, Hanlon will supervise all aspects of parts sales. He also will serve as the primary project manager for larger scale upgrade and retrofit projects sold through the parts department.

Asco, Florham Park, N.J., a provider of fluid-automation solutions, created a new website,, to unify the company’s Asco and Numatics product lines in a single online environment. The site is designed for an enhanced visitor experience with robust search capability. The company already consolidated the company’s North American websites —, and — under the new domain, and its European and Asian sites will be integrated with it in the future so all global users will receive a unified digital experience.

Chemours Co., Wilmington, Del., completed the sale of its Beaumont aniline facility to Dow Chemical Co., Midland, Mich. As part of the transaction, Chemours will continue to supply Dow additional aniline from its Pascagoula, Miss.-based facility.

St. Louis-based Watlow issued a new sensors and controllers catalog. Among the featured products are the company’s F4T with Intuition, a temperature and process controller with a 4.3” color, graphical touch panel; Series LS safety limit and the EZ-Zone RMZ/RMF for fluorescence-based temperature measurement and control. It also includes Composer with Intuition, software for configuring the new controllers.

Edgetech Instruments Inc., a manufacturer of chilled mirror hygrometers and other moisture- and oxygen-measurement devices, moved to a 13,000 ft2 facility in Hudson, Mass. The new building houses its administrative, engineering, manufacturing and calibration areas.