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Volkmann Hires Engineer

Volkmann has appointed Nick Singer contracts and technical support engineer
Volkmann has appointed Nick Singer contracts and technical support engineer

Volkmann Inc., a leader in powder and small particle vacuum conveying, announces the appointment of Nick Singer as a contracts and technical support engineer to meet the growing company’s need for additional engineering support.
Singer holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport, PA, and is an experienced mechanical engineer with 3D CAD design experience using AutoCAD Inventor. He has worked in all aspects of product design from concept through fabrication to assembly and has demonstrated strong leadership and relationship-building skills across multiple levels of employees and customers.  
Nick will be responsible for the technical aspects of orders generated by Volkmann sales engineers and will produce technical specifications and 3D process drawings to accompany the company’s more complex proposals.

“We are delighted to add Nick Singer to our team,” said Volkmann president, Nick Hayes. “We develop customized conveying systems to meet specific customer applications. Being able to provide a customer with a 3D process drawing certainly eliminates a lot of questions customers might have in assessing the suitability of the installation.”

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