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Barry-Wehmiller Design Group is expanding its Northeast operations with a new office in East Brunswick, NJ.
The Design Group Columbus office will specialize in process design, process automation, regulatory compliance, control system integration, and other technology services.
Symach Palletizers, based in Terneuzen, The Netherlands, supplies end-of-line palletizing and load-securing technology.
Systems include the robot, end of arm tool, infeed, pallet locators, fence and base plate.
The Dallas engineering office, originally launched in 2007, will be expanded to accommodate approximately 30 engineers and project managers.
The new office will serve clients in northern Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
Design Group began in 1986 with a single office, a handful of engineers and a clear vision: to provide engineering solutions to clients in a manner autonomous and independent from equipment providers. Over the course of the next 25 years, Design Group steadily evolved through selective recruiting, targeted client development, regional office expansion, and strategic acquisitions.
HayssenSandiacre is now manufacturing Novus packing systems at its Duncan, S.C., facility.
Ron Hefley, Ed Perek and Dan Ryan were promoted to Partner.
Jonew prevoiusly was CEO of HayssenSandiacre, a Barry-Wehmiller company specializing in vertical and horizontal flexible packaging equipment solutions
Cadence Technologies is a process systems integration and engineering firm specializing in services for the beverage and food processing industries.
Depalletizer automatically removes cans, bottles, and jars from pallets and conveys these containers into production lines.
In 1910, David Hudson and Alexander Sharp founded the company when they took over the shop and foundry of the Sectional Roll Co. and renamed it The Hudson-Sharp Machine Co.
HayssenSandiacre makes horizontal and vertical form fill and seal equipment and support services for the packaging industry.
Conveyor utilizes air, along with louver patterns in the air deck, to convey a variety of containers, including metal cans, PET bottles, HDPE bottles, caps, pucks, boxes and more.
Barry-Wehmiller appointed Chris Hric Business Development Manager for Global Engineering Solutions. An 11-year veteran of the U.S. Army, Hric commanded troops during Operations Desert Shield/Storm.
The office will service consumer products and pharmaceutical clients located in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
System uses robotic technology to provide a buffering and accumulation system within the can end manufacturing processes.
Lagoe will continue his role as managing director of the Nottingham, U.K., operation of HayssenSandiacre.
Webb has been instrumental to the firms success in marketing its services to third-party customers worldwide.
The Raleigh office will provide industrial automation, architectural engineering, process control, software design and other regulatory compliance services.
The Modesto office is the Design Group's 12th office and the third engineering office opened within the last year.
Meier first joined the Barry-Wehmiller organization in 1990 and spent 17 years with Barry-Wehmiller Design Group,.
Nigrelli Systems is a supplier of high-speed continuous motion packaging and tray handling systems for a diverse array of industries.
The office provides industrial automation, process control, software design, architectural engineering and technology services for manufacturing industries.
The office specializes in industrial automation, process control, software design and regulatory compliance for pharmaceutical, food and beverage industries.
Stanford Products is a manufacturer of slitting, rewinding and inspection equipment plus shrink sleeve labels for the packaging and converting industries.
Mike Ripper, Sebastian Vega and Kurt Wirth were named Partners in the St. Louis-based engineering consulting firm.
8255 ServoPro uses servo-drive technology to eliminate all drive chains and belts,
Brian Bullock has joined the firm as Director of the Design Group's Raleigh Office.
In this role, Boie will be responsible for providing a strategic vision to the sales and marketing leadership team and will lead the attainment of profitable new machinery revenue growth.
Barry-Wehmiller will purchase the assets of Sandiacre Rose Forgrove, a division of Molins PLC. Sandiacre will be integrated with Hayssen Packaging Technologies to form one of the largest flexible packaging equipment providers, with more than $80 million in revenues. Hayssen is a division of Barry-Wehmiller.
Thiele Technologies, a manufacturer of high-speed packaging equipment in Minneapolis, announced an agreement to acquire certain assets and the business of Streamfeeder, LLC of Minneapolis. Streamfeeder manufacturers material handling and packaging solutions for printing, converting and warehousing, including feeders, batch counters, accumulators, collators, bulk loaders, wrapping units and integrated systems.
Peter Lapins and Darren DeAnda have been promoted to the position of Partner, effective immediately.
Barry-Wehmiller Design Group plans to expand its Electrical Manufacturing Division to provide advanced control panel solutions. The division, known as ControlTech Automation, operates independently, but it also serves the Design Group and other engineering consulting firms across the U.S.
The project management function within FleetwoodGoldcoWyard will change significantly under Herbecks direction. The goal is to develop an industry-recognized project team that can add value to the companys equipment capabilities, improve its execution of larger single business unit and multiple business unit projects, and exceed the expectations of its clients.
Barry-Wehmiller Company is entering its 120th year as an industry leader in the manufacture of bottle washers and pasteurizers for the beer, beverage, dairy and juice industries worldwide.
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The Los Angeles office, located in Cerritos, Calif., will be under the direction of Alan Cheney, Managing Partner of the Design Groups northern California operation, based near Sacramento.