Vecoplan LLC, a worldwide leader in size reduction technologies, has promoted Jason Schultz to the position of client support manager.
In his new position, Schultz is the go-to-guy for all things service. Responsibilities of his new position include providing troubleshooting service, to customers and service technicians in the field.
Schultz will also oversee the organization and scheduling of Vecoplan’s network of certified service personnel throughout North America. Ensuring that the right service people are where they need to be, when they need to be, with the right parts, to get all maintenance and service issues handled in a timely and professional manner. Prior to his promotion, Schultz was the plant production supervisor at Vecoplan and before that a senior field service technician with Vecoplan.
Schultz holds a welding certification from Orleans Niagara Vocational School in Sanborn, NY, and has two decades of experience in the installation and maintenance of large industrial machinery and systems. Prior to joining Vecoplan, Schultz worked as a maintenance mechanic at Duracell, a welder at Thomas Built Buses, and a MTM 2 at Tyco Electronics.
“With our continued sales growth, the sheer number of customers, machines and systems that we have in the field has increased dramatically, and so has our need for senior level service support,” states Bill Davison, VP of operations at Vecoplan. “Jason’s background enables him to hit the ground running and that’s exactly what we need right now. He brings extensive knowledge and expertise to this department, having been a Service Technician both in the factory and in the field for 20 years.”