Aaron Potter Promoted to Engineering Manager
Aaron Potter has been promoted to Engineering Manager for Innovative Processing Solutions. Aaron has over 14 years experience as a Systems & Design Engineer for Innovative Processing Solutions as well as its affiliate, Stedman Machine Company. Aaron has a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from Purdue University. Aaron's responsibilities include customer relations, project management, systems and component design, and estimating.
Innovative Processing Solutions, an affiliate of Stedman Machine Company, provides custom solutions for processing systems and specializes in enhancing bulk material-handling systems. They use standard and custom equipment from Stedman and other top manufacturers to create a variety of systems, ranging from single stands or chutes to complete turnkey systems. Innovative Processing Solutions markets are as diverse as the systems they create, from aggregates to chemicals, from brick to food.
Innovative is not just a name - it is how business gets done!
Fernando Viera Appointed as: Latin America Sales Manager
Fernando Viera has been appointed as Stedman's Latin America Sales Manager. Fernando will be responsible for selling crushing equipment and systems throughout Latin America. Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Fernando holds a masters degree in economics from Wright State University. He has over 15 years experience in technical and international sales and is fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
- INNOVATIVE PROCESSING SOLUTIONS commissions Watsontown Brick’s new grinding room. Started in spring of 2008, the facility was put online in October of 2008.
- INNOVATIVE PROCESSING SOLUTIONS installs a new cage mill at a major power plant in IN. A Stedman cage mill was installed in a very confined area, offering only 6 ft of head room. The project was completed in November of 2008.
- INNOVATIVE PROCESSING SOLUTIONS supplies a Stedman Grand Slam and a Cage Mill to a major roof tile manufacturer in Northern California. The scope of supply also included screening equipment and structural fabrications.