Extrusion | 1 MINUTE READ

Boston Matthews Adds New U.S. Sales Manager

Matthew Brown will be responsible for the machinery sales and coordination of the company’s network of sales representatives for the U.S. and Canada.

Share

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

Boston Matthews Inc., Coral Springs, Fla, has appointed Matthew Brown as Sales Manager. Based in Coral Springs, Brown is responsible for the machinery sales and coordination of the company’s network of sales representatives for the U.S. and Canada, covering both the Boston Matthews' range of extruders, downstream equipment and turn-key extrusion lines and the Munchy range of recycling systems.

“Matthew’s appointment is part of our continued commitment and expansion within the U.S. market and we are delighted he is part of our team,” said Boston Matthews President Simon Brookes.

 

RELATED CONTENT

  • How Much Regrind Can You Handle?

    Most extrusion operations generate scrap, and in the case of sheet for thermoforming it can exceed 70% of total output.

  • New Processes for Food-Grade Recycled HDPE

    Recycling HDPE homopolymer from milk and water bottles back into food-grade bottles is a new achievement that was featured at the Plastics Recycling Conference, sponsored by Resource Recycling magazine, and at the SPE Global Plastics Environmental Conference (GPEC 2009), held back to back in Orlando, Fla., last month.Removing volatiles from HDPE to meet U.S.

  • Laser Welding Comes of Age

    Laser welding is gaining acceptance as a specialized method for joining plastic parts that are sensitive (e.g., contain circuit boards), involve complex geometries, or have strict cleanliness requirements (medical devices). So far, most of this activity has taken place in Europe.