Weldon Solutions continues to expand Engineering team
Strategic hiring has increased as robotic automation demands rise
As part of a strategic growth initiative that began in 2018, Weldon Solutions has continued to expand its team of employee owners.
With growing client demands for robotic automation solutions, Weldon has been proactively expanding its engineering department. As such, Weldon recently hired Ryan Foster and Steve Clark as Application Engineers.
Foster, who is professionally trained in FANUC and Universal Robots systems, is experienced in utilizing different CAD platforms, Vision Systems and robotic simulation software.
Clark has more than a decade of experience in setting up, programming and operating CNC milling machines, as well as operating other shop equipment and machinery.
To provide exceptional service, a team has to be comprised of experienced employees. During unprecedented times, Weldon continues to provide comprehensive and custom solutions for a variety of industries while increasing the size of its team.
Weldon’s strategic growth plan also included hiring Anthony Bowlin and Matthew Campbell as Electrical Engineers. Bowlin and Campbell, who are graduates of York College of Pennsylvania, have been tasked with electrical design and programming on Weldon Grinders, custom automation projects and bakery automation.
“As we continue our strategic growth initiative to best serve clients and position Weldon for the future, we have been busy recruiting and filling key roles,” said Travis Gentzler, President of Weldon Solutions. “The hiring of Anthony, Matthew, Ryan and Steve has allowed us to meet the rising needs for new grinder applications and robotic automation projects. We are excited to expand our team of employee owners.”