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Vecoplan Names Sales Engineering Manager

Vecoplan Names Sales Engineering Manager

Vecoplan LLC, a worldwide leader in size reduction technologies, recently appointed Lars Koller to the position of sales engineering manager – systems & products. Koller joined Vecoplan in 2011 as a project engineer.

“Lars’ performance over the last couple of years, made this move a very easy decision,” said Len Beusse, COO Vecoplan LLC.

Koller earned a five-year advanced Mechanical Engineering degree from Fachhochschule Hannover, Germany in 2001. After finishing his formal education, Koller joined Focke & Co., working first in research & development at Focke’s Verden, Germany headquarters, and then as manager of the design department at Focke’s Whitsett, NC facility.

Koller’s responsibilities as sales engineering - manager will expand to include the oversight and coordination of interactions between customers, sales staff, and engineers, as projects develop from initial contact with the customer through design, engineering, and production.

“As the complexity of our machines and systems has grown, and the sophistication of our technology has increased, the need for engineering expertise early-on in the sales process has also increased,” said Marty Kennedy, executive vice president of Vecoplan, “Lars brings extensive knowledge and experience to his new position."

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