Helping us maintain our lead in incineration control systems technology
If there is one phrase that sums up our determination to preserve our position as the global leader in waste incineration, pet cremation and human cremation technology it has to be … Progress by Design. It is only by pushing the boundaries of what is possible along with the continuous improvement in design and technology that we underline our enviable reputation for unrivaled innovation and progress. A key element of our push for progress involves developing ever-more advanced incineration control systems. Which is precisely why, as part of our recent recruitment campaign, we have now appointed a highly qualified electrical design engineer who will be joining us next week.
Central to our new design engineer’s responsibilities will be managing the development of our global incineration control systems platform along with the development and design of advanced control logic for new groundbreaking systems as we continue to evolve ever higher standards of performance.
Our new electrical design engineer will also be taking responsibility for the design and development of advanced control logic as part of new pipeline projects that include P and I diagrams, flow diagrams and system logic descriptions etc. We can also expect a new generation of graphic screens and status indicators that will ensure users of our waste incineration, pet cremation and human cremation technology enjoy clear, real-time access to all the critical performance information they require.
A crucial part of our plans for progress by design has to be the development of ultra-advanced incineration control systems for the benefit of all our customers – and this latest appointment marks a significant step on that journey.
We are really looking forward to welcoming our new electrical design engineer when he joins us next week and he brings with him an impressive background of electrical design experience gained within a number of high-profile organisations where he has been responsible for the design and implementation of automated processes including incineration control systems on projects around the UK and throughout many countries of the world.
We are looking forward to welcoming him on board.
If you would like to discuss how we can help you resolve your waste incineration, pet cremation or human cremation issues then you must speak to us. You can call us on +44 (0)161 337 4488. You can also email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or you can always send us an online message using the form that can be found on our Contact page.