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Martin Thomson Joins Schenck Process UK

Article-Martin Thomson Joins Schenck Process UK

Martin Thomson Joins Schenck Process UK
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Martin Thomson has joined Schenck Process UK to become director of the light industries international business segment. Based at the head office in Doncaster, Thomson is responsible for the sales development of the complete portfolio of products and services of the Schenck Process Group for the UK and Ireland in the key market sectors of food, plastics, chemicals and pharmaceuticals.

Thomson is a graduate engineer with an MSc in Bulk Powder Materials Handling and was previously sales director of Kemutec. His extensive experience with major clients in the provision of innovative process solutions will be of great benefit in his new role and he brings a wealth of knowledge to Schenck Process at an exciting time for the company. 

Schenck Process UK acquired Clyde Materials Handling in February 2011 and together with the previous acquisition of Redler, can now offer a comprehensive package of products and services for the weighing, feeding, movement, and monitoring of bulk materials in a production facility. With UK-based design and manufacturing facilities and a nationwide network of service engineers, Schenck Process can provide a range of services to the market.

Thomson will be leading the UK and international sales and proposal team to further strengthen existing relationships and to gain new business in the developing sectors of the food, plastics, chemical, and pharmaceutical industries with a range of new products for vacuum conveying systems and air filtration.

For more information, visit www.schenckprocess.co.uk.

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