Hirschmann Names New Hires, Promotes Employees
Hirschmann Automation and Control (PAT), Chambersburg, Pennsylvania has promoted Tim Martin to inside sales representative for the Mobile Machine Control Solutions (MCS) division. In this position, Martin is responsible for managing the system and part sales for Hirschmann’s house accounts. Martin has been employed by Hirschmann since 2007 as a customer service representative for the MCS Division.
Rick Bowlby joins Hirschmann as applications engineer for the MCS division. Bowlby will be responsible for software/hardware support and software development. Bowlby brings 15 years of experience as an electrical engineer for contracting companies with the Department of Defense (including Northrop Grumman, Sverdrup, Jacobs Engineering, and SAIC). He holds a bachelor of science in electric engineering from Southern Illinois University.
Additionally, Hirschmann has hired Lucille Runyon as its customer service representative. Runyon’s responsibilities include processing orders and providing customer support for the MCS division. Previously, Runyon was employed at Ingersoll Rand/Volvo for nearly 24 years as an invoice administrator, order process coordinator, and customer service representative.
In other news, Hirschmann Automation and Control, Chambersburg, Pa., will show its Scalable Mobile Control System in October at ICUEE, a modular product family that can be used for controlling and monitoring machine functions as well as load moment indication. The product family includes new controls from the iFLEX series and new iSCOUT operating consoles, which, by way of hundreds of possible combinations, allow tailored solutions at reasonable prices.