Hatch is pleased to welcome Jack Hilbert, pneumatic conveying expert, to the Eastern North American Bulk Materials Handling team.
The appointment further strengthens the mechanical bulk-materials-handling-equipment expertise with pneumatic conveying capabilities, including general dust collection and fabric filtration applications. Jack has been a leading technical consultant for over 15 years. This is combined with 30 years of OEM experience in bulk material handling and dust collection activities to the power, plastic, petrochemical, mineral, chemical, food, cement, tire, and technical rubber industries.
"With Jack joining the team, Hatch can now add world-class pneumatic-conveying systems consultation to its bulk-materials-handling service offer," said Colin Barbeau, Bulk Materials Handling Lead, Eastern North America.
The global bulk-materials handling team will draw on capabilities in system design, technology selection, optimization, debottlenecking, feasibility studies, and troubleshooting for pneumatic conveying systems in all industries.
Jack is a graduate of Penn State University in Pennsylvania, USA, with a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Engineering and is a registered professional engineer in New York and New Jersey. He previously held a partnership with Pneumatic Conveying Consultants LLC., a highly respected team of industry professionals.
“I am personally very happy to bring my years of experience to Hatch. With synergy and the strength of Hatch’s global resources, we can provide the existing customer base that I've worked with, as well as new customers, with technical support and guidance in all of their material-handling needs.” Jack Hilbert, Pneumatic Conveying.
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