Automation Devices, Inc. Announces New Hire

Automation Devices, Inc. a vibratory feeder manufacturer in Fairview, PA. announces new hire.

Erie, PA, December 19, 2014 --( Automation Devices, Inc. (ADI), a vibratory feeder and part system components manufacturer, is pleased to announce several position changes within the company.

Brent Kowalczyk has assumed the role of purchasing manager. Kowalczyk has been with ADI for over four years as an applications engineer. He has an extensive background in machining and shop management and demonstrates a great knowledge and understanding of mechanical fundamentals and purchasing procedures. With these skills and a high level of organization, he will be a great asset in the purchasing department.

Gary Hood has been hired as an applications engineer and will work with new and existing customers on custom vibratory feeding projects. Hood holds a BA in Marketing from Seton Hill University and an AS in Welding and Engineering from Triangle Tech. He comes to ADI with over 20 years’ experience in parts feeding automation and will be a welcome addition to the team.

On the shop floor, Vinny Simonelli has become a vibratory bowl builder in the PEECO division. Simonelli started with ADI earlier in the year and has proven ready to take on more unique projects with a higher degree of difficulty and precision.

“It is always great to see employees grow and advance within the company,” says ADI President Kevin Smith. “It is just another example that great things can be accomplished when we work together as team. The training and motivation we provide our employees goes full circle with their loyalty and dedication towards the company,” adds Smith. “This is how we’ve provided quality products and outstanding service for nearly 68 years.”

Automation Devices, Inc. is a vibratory feeder manufacturer in Fairview, PA specializing in vibratory feeders, centrifugal feeders, hoppers and vibratory controllers. ADI offers in stock products and custom designed systems. For more information, please visit or call Automation Devices, Inc. at 814-474-5561.
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