Spiroflow Systems, Inc. announces the addition of new staff members in Customer Service and Engineering.
Michael Shuler joins Spiroflow Systems as Customer Service Manager. Mr. Shuler will be responsible for the organization of all service related activities including equipment installation and commissioning. He will address all service issues and actively initiate opportunities to best serve Spiroflow customers.
Abhisheka Bhargava joins Spiroflow Systems as Sales Engineer within the Systems Group. He will be responsible for developing complex multi-vendor systems integration solutions for large clients working with EPCM (Engineering, Procurement & Construction Management) and EPC (Engineering, Procurement & Construction) firms. Mr. Bhargava holds a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Rajasthan Technical University in India.
Patrick McManus and Mark Hamilton are additions to the Spiroflow Engineering staff. They will provide design engineering from concept to completion, generating detailed drawings, bill of materials, and all other support documents.
Mr. McManus is a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina Charlotte and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Mr. Hamilton has worked in various engineering roles with Carrier Corporation, Caterpillar Inc. and CAD Solutions. He has an engineering background from course work at Central Virginia Community College and Virginia Tech College of Engineering.
For over 40 years, Spiroflow has designed, engineered and manufactured its leading line of powder handling solutions. A worldwide supplier of powder handling engineering and equipment, Spiroflow offers a wide range of standard and custom options for both small and large volume users. Products include bulk bag dischargers and fillers, flexible screw, aero mechanical, tubular cable drag, tubular chain drag and pneumatic conveyors, box, sack and drum dump stations, and the ‘Pacepacker’ range of automatic packing, pick and place and robotic palletizing solutions.
Primary markets include the coffee, industrial, chemical, plastics, minerals, cement, food, dairy, snack food, confectionary, beverage, pet food, pharmaceutical, packaging, water treatment, environmental, waste, and recycling. To learn more about Spiroflow, visit spiroflowsystems.com