- February 20, 2015
Verdolotti most recently worked at Parkinson Technologies as a Controls Engineer, and was also a Software Engineer and Corporate Trainer for Yushin America.
February 20, 2015) - Chase Machine & Engineering hired Mike Verdolotti as an Electrical Engineer.
“We are pleased to welcome Mike to the Chase team,” said Guy Gil, Vice President of Sales for Chase Machine. “Mike’s extensive experience with controls and systems design, coupled with his robotic automation expertise make him an ideal fit for this position.”
Verdolotti most recently worked at Parkinson Technologies as a Controls Engineer, and was also a Software Engineer and Corporate Trainer for Yushin America. In addition to his extensive career in controls and systems design, Verdolotti also has over ten years of experience in programming. He is highly experienced in PLC Programming, Motor Control and Servos, as well as winding and material converting.
“I am excited to put my background in automation and mechanical design to work for the customers of Chase Machine,” said Verdolotti. “The Chase reputation speaks for itself, and I look forward to helping our customers streamline their products and processes through innovative machine design.”
Verdolotti holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Electronics Engineering from the New England Institute of Technology.
About Chase Machine & Engineering
Located in West Warwick, Rhode Island, Chase Machine & Engineering is the world's largest manufacturer of custom web handling equipment. Founded in 1954 as a manufacturer of equipment for the textile industry, Chase Machine & Engineering has expanded its capabilities today to include complete machine and manufacturing system design. Chase serves a wide range of customers in the medical, nonwoven, converting, geotextile, extrusion, filtration and packaging industries.Learn More
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