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.
Since July 2019, Weldon Solutions has been a Certified Service Provider for FANUC Robotics. FANUC is North America’s leading supplier of robotic automation with more than 200 robot models and over 40 years of helping manufacturers achieve their production goals. FANUC robots have robust capabilities that can be integrated into almost every industry and application.
Now that we are back in the factory, President Travis Gentzler spoke with Modern Machine Shop about lessons learned from the COVID-19 shutdown and how Weldon Solutions prepped for reopening.
As York County moved into the yellow phase on May 22, our team returned to normal shifts May 25 after working remotely. President Travis Gentzler spoke with Local 21 CBS News, WHP Harrisburg to discuss new safety protocols and facility adjustments that were put in place as we reopened our doors.
Weldon Solutions, along with all non-critical businesses, have been asked by the Governor of Pennsylvania to cease operations inside our physical building to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. While this will present some challenges for us, we are most concerned with the health of our employees and have agreed to comply with this request as of the end of business March 20, 2020.
Weldon Solutions is proud to announce changes to its grinder sales team as the company continues to expand its workforce. We have promoted Ben Cornbower, a sales engineer and 15-year employee, to Manager of Grinder Sales. He succeeds longtime director of sales and marketing Denny Rowe, who retired on Dec. 31 after 26 years with Weldon.
On October 24, Travis Gentzler, President of Weldon Solutions, attended a Manufacturers’ Association tour event at Association member EarlBeck Gases & Technologies. His company was awarded a free welding lesson, donated by Earlbeck as part of the event. In a “Pay It Forward” mindset that same evening he donated the lesson to York County Literacy Council (YCLC) ─ where adult students in York County receive free educational classes and tutoring to achieve skills that will help them gain or improve their employment opportunities.