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Ryson Engineering Department Grows with Demand

Our business is growing. To help with demand, the Ryson engineering department is growing as well.

In addition customizing the designs of each spiral ordered, the engineering department assists Ryson’s Sales force with 3D CAD blocks for presentations, helps troubleshoot with the service team and is always working on new product development and improvement of existing Ryson products.

Increasing staffing in the engineering department is one example of Ryson’s commitment to customer service and our goal to maintain industry leadership in vertical conveying.

Ryson Engineering Department Hire Mario KrisnaratnePlease welcome Mario Krisnaratne – a mechanical engineer, who joined Ryson in November. His duties include design support for spiral projects, help support the increased need for proposal drawings, 3d spiral modeling, and will become a primary source to support Ryson’s future design development needs.

 

Ryson Engineering Department Hire Pam Phillips

Pam Phillips joined the Ryson team in 2013 as a project engineer. She helps provide customer support interaction for standard and custom spiral projects. She is also the lead engineer for development of the next generation High Capacity Divert Out Unit and the new 1200-230 Narrow Track Spiral. In addition, she is also involved in testing of new, existing and proposed spiral machine elements for viability, strength, durability and functionality.

For more information on The Ryson designs, please visit www.ryson.com

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