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4/29/2016

Novatec Hires Drying Project Coordinator

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Lawrence Korpanty will serve as drying project coordinator to further support and develop firm's growing dryer customer base and portfolio of drying products.

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Baltimore-based Novatec, Inc.. announced that Lawrence Korpanty has joined the company as drying project coordinator to further support and develop their growing dryer customer base and portfolio of drying products. Larry will play a key role in providing and implementing high quality drying system solutions. He comes to Novatec with a wealth of industry experience, having spent the last 19 years in increasingly more responsible engineering and commercial roles, first at Graham Engineering Corp., and more recently at Graham Packaging Corp. Most recently Larry held the position of Capital Project and Program Manager for Graham Packaging Corp.

Novatec President Conrad Bessemer said, “Larry’s extensive system installation experience and industry knowledge is a key addition to our family. We view his appointment as a sign of our commitment to our customer’s success and our position as the industry-leader in dryer technology. Our continuing innovation and increasing demand from our customers led us to look for an addition to our team. We were fortunate to find someone of Larry’s caliber to fulfill the role.”

 

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