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Vecoplan Names Sales Engineering Manager – Waste Systems

Article-Vecoplan Names Sales Engineering Manager – Waste Systems

Vecoplan Names Sales Engineering Manager – Waste Systems
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Matt Davidson has been promoted to sales engineering manager – waste systems at Vecoplan LLC. Located in High Point, NC, Vecoplan is a worldwide leader in mechanical technologies for the processing of waste in the recycling and waste-to-energy sectors.

In his new position, Davidson will oversee technical engineering input and assistance from initial discussions of client needs, through the development and commissioning of systems that meet those needs.

Prior to this appointment, Davidson held the position of project manager – waste systems at Vecoplan. In addition to his tenure with Vecoplan, Davidson worked as a mechanical project engineering manager at Crowder Construction Co. and as a mechanical engineering intern with Square D. He earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Clemson University in 2007.

“Waste processing systems, whether for recycling or producing waste-to-energy feedstock, require the integration of multiple machines and technologies, so by nature they’re complex,” said Len Beusse, COO Vecoplan LLC. “As a waste systems project manager, Matt demonstrated not only the engineering expertise required, but also the people skills needed to ask the right questions and provide the right answers in layman’s terms. Matt will be invaluable to our continuing expansion in the waste industry.”

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