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Heason Technology hires two AEs from Danaher Motion

Heason Technology hires two AEs from Danaher Motion
October 20, 2009 - Motion control specialist Heason Technology Limited appointed two highly experienced motion control professionals to strengthen its technical sales support and applications engineering capability.

Both Elliot Murray and Yvan Fasquel joined Heason recently from technical support roles with Danaher Motion where they worked across the USA groups’ motion technology product lines including the Kollmorgen and Dover lines that are also offered by Heason.

The appointments are a fundamental part of Heason’s continuing business plans to develop and expand its expert capability for the design and manufacture of customised high precision positioning systems, and provide an unparalleled technical support service across the full range of motion control products it offers from global distribution partners.

Murray has a Manufacturing Systems degree and joins Heason’s field-based team with over four years management experience in motion control applications engineering, and will provide on-site support for motors, drives, gearboxes, actuators and positioning systems. Fasquel, a French national, gained his early experience through an acclaimed apprenticed training system in mechanical engineering and industrial automation, and has worked in the UK’s motion control industry for more than four years. He will be based at Heason’s HQ in West Sussex to provide customers with front-line technical support and detailed motion systems application proposals.

“Elliot and Yvan bring a wealth of product, market and application knowledge to the company,” says Jon Howard, Heason’s General Manager, “their career backgrounds with our distribution partner Danaher means that they already have considerable experience in motion control systems solutions - and they will significantly broaden our internal and external applications engineering support service from the outset.”
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