Places & Faces: May 2020
Johan Tallberg has joined the executive management team of Cleaver-Brooks as senior vice president of burner systems and exhaust solutions. In this newly created position, Tallberg will be responsible for leading the sales support, product management, sales engineering and product development teams for the burner and exhaust product lines. He will be based out of the company’s headquarters in Thomasville, Ga.
In other company news, Ryan Lepp has joined the executive management team as the senior vice president of industrial watertube boilers. In this newly created position at Cleaver-Brooks, Lepp will be responsible for leading the sales support, product management, sales engineering and product development teams for the industrial watertube product offering, including standard, custom/engineered and HRSG lines. He will be based out of Lincoln, Neb.
The information security management system of Bühler, Uzwil, Switzerland, was certified to the cybersecurity standard ISO 27001:2013. For Bühler, ISO 27001 protects key areas such as internal business IT, the automation solution Mercury MES, the Bühler Insights platform and the myBühler customer portal. Bühler manufactures grain and pasta dryers, conveyor dryers, roasters, toasters and expanders, among other equipment.
Toronto-based Winters Instruments is a gold standard winner of Canada’s Best Managed Companies Program. Winters won its initial Best Managed award in 2017. The 2020 Best Managed program recognizes best-in-class of Canadian-owned and managed companies demonstrating strategy, capability and commitment to achieve sustainable growth. Winters manufactures temperature and pressure instrumentation.
Wall Colmonoy is celebrating its golden anniversary of 50 years of making metals work harder in Pontardawe, Wales. Over the half-century, Wall Colmonoy has increased capacity of the Pontardawe facility from 33,000 to 70,000ft2. The company hopes to celebrate the milestone with its 215 employees, local government officials, customers and suppliers later this year.
Pittsburgh-based Industrial Scientific, a provider of gas detection and connected safety technologies, hired Saldy Antony as vice president of engineering. Saldy will be responsible for leading the company’s engineering team while also developing and executing the company’s global technology strategy.
How infrared thermometers improve the blow-molding process is the focus of a technical brief from Exergen Corp., Watertown, Mass. In the process of making PET bottles (polyethylene terephthalate), there is a fine line where the high output per bottle blowing machinery and the requested quality of the bottle comes together, says the company. Taking into account that such machines must be able to produce a broad range of sizes and shapes and produce various quality bottles, it’s obvious that many variables must be kept under control during the process. Learn more at www.exergen.com/category/industrial.